IND vs ENG: Watch - Jasprit Bumrah's deadly yorker to castle Ollie Pope in 2nd test in Vizag
Jasprit Bumrah bowled a brilliant yorker to castle Ollie Pope in 2nd IND vs ENG test in Vizag.
The test series shifted from Hyderabad to Visakhapatnam as India and England locked horns in the second test of their enthralling five-match test series. England emerged victorious in the previous contest and the focus has now shifted to Vizag. The first day and the initial session of the second day witnessed India’s batting brilliance, notably showcased by Yashasvi Jaiswal.
As the match progressed, the spotlight turned to the lethal encounter between India’s pace spearhead, Jasprit Bumrah, and England’s Ollie Pope. Having already notched up a staggering 196 in his previous innings in the first test, Pope seemed untroubled facing 55 deliveries until Bumrah unleashed his trademark weapon – the deadly in-swinging yorker.
Jasprit Bumrah castles Pope with a sensational yorker
In a moment that left the cricketing world in awe, Bumrah’s yorker crashed into the middle and leg stumps, dismantling both the stumps,. Ollie Pope, England’s leading run-scorer in the series, fell victim to Bumrah’s sublime execution, departing for 23 runs off 55 balls, including two boundaries.
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Bumrah has dominated Pope in test cricket. In 10 innings between them, Pope has managed to score only 66 runs against Bumrah, being dismissed five times at an average of 13.20. This performance mirrors Pope’s struggles against specific bowlers, as Bumrah finds himself equaled with Neil Wagner for the most dismissals.
England are currently trailing by a significant 241 runs with a score of 155/4, with the formidable Jonny Bairstow at the crease alongside Ben Stokes. Zak Crawley gave the visitors a solid start with his 76, but was a victim of Axar Patel.
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