Jasprit Bumrah is on a roll in the ongoing fifth and last Test versus England. Be it his leadership, his bowling or even his batting, Bumrah’s breaking records like crazy. On the fourth day of the Test, Bumrah finished with 100 wickets in SENA nations and turned out to be just the 6th Indian bowler, and the fifth pacer to accomplish this feat.
On the fourth day of the Test, Bumrah finished 100 wickets in SENA nations and turned out to be just the 6th Indian bowler, and the fifth pacer to accomplish this accomplishment.
Prior, during India’s first innings – Stuart Broad was steaming in to get the last two wickets cheaply and restrict India to under 400, however, Bumrah had a few different plans in the back of his mind.
The Mumbai Indians veteran, who is leading India in the last Test match took on Broad and showed no mercy on him. Stuart Broad could have had a sensation that this had happened before his 2007 T20I World Cup over to Yuvraj Singh as Bumrah smacked him for four boundaries and two sixes in an over.
The English pacer surrendered 35 runs, which made him the only bowler to yield costly overs both in T20I and Test cricket.
The right-arm seamer arrived at the milestone on Day 4 of the continuous fifth Test against England at Edgbaston.
Curiously, Bumrah has only 14 Test wickets at home.
As expressed, Bumrah has become recently the 6th Indian to finish 100 Test wickets in SENA nations. He is just behind Anil Kumble (141), Ishant Sharma (130), Zaheer Khan (119), Mohammed Shami (119), and Kapil Dev (117) on the rundown among Indians.
Prior to taking his milestone wicket, Bumrah made a world record with the bat. The 28-year-old slammed 35 runs in the 84th overs bowled by Stuart Broad, the most runs off an over in Tests.
The past record was 28, scored by Brian Lara off R Peterson, Johannesburg 2003, G Bailey off James Anderson, Perth 2013, and Keshav Maharaj off Joe Root, Port Elizabeth 2020.