IND vs ENG: Watch - Jasprit Bumrah adorably dedicates 6-fer to his son Angad
Jasprit Bumrah picked six wickets in the first innings of the second test against England in Vizag.
Ace Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah delivered two magical deliveries to dismiss Ollie Pope and skipper Ben Stokes on day two of the ongoing second test in Vishakapatnam. Bumrah went on to take a six-wicket haul in Vishakhapatnam, this was his second six-wicket haul in the last three test matches. Bumrah rattled the English batting lineup and provided India with a big lead of 143 runs in the first innings at the Dr. YSR ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam.
Right-arm pacer Jasprit Bumrah also became the quickest Indian pace bowler to complete 150 test wickets. After a fabulous spell of 6/45, dedicated his performance to his son Angad. Bumrah informed that he is travelling with him in the series. He picked up six wickets at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town against South Africa in the final test of the series last month.
Bumrah’s dedicates his spell to his son
In a video posted by BCCI.tv, Jasprit Bumrah said, “I will dedicate this to my son. This is his first tour and he is travelling with me. I am excited to see him.” Bumrah also expressed that he wants to play test cricket for the longest period as this format is very dear to him. He also touched a milestone in his test career and completed 150 test wickets. Ben Stokes was his 150th test dismissal.
Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah also expressed his joy after completing a career milestone and said, “It felt great at that moment, but I do not want to look at numbers. If the team wins, then the performance matters. At the end of the day, if you contribute to the team’s success, there is no better feeling.” Bumrah’s 100th test wicket also came against England, OIlie Pope was his 100th test wicket.
Jasprit Bumrah stunned everyone with his two magical deliveries. He bowled a lethal yorker to dismiss Ollie Pope and rattled stumps onto the ground. Similarly, he bowled a magical full-length delivery to Ben Stokes, which left the England skipper in despair and he dropped his bat onto the ground. Team India lost two early wickets in the first hours of play on day three of the second test.
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