At one stage of the game, the Indian team was losing in part thanks to an abysmal display in both batting and bowling was reflective of floored confidence of Indian players but Jasprit Bumrah, the yorker specialist of the team, struck when needed to keep his team alive in the series.
The story between India and England was down to the last over of the game when visitors needed eight runs of the final over. Bumrah kept his nerve and duped England batsmen to seal the final over glory, pulverising their hopes of winning the game.
Bumrah was up against the in-form batsman Joe Root but Root did not have long stay at the crease as he was adjudged, wrongly to be fair, out on the first ball of the final over, which was the main cause of loss for England.
The second delivery from Bumrah to Moeen Ali went for just one run.
Bumrah was now up for a real challenge against Buttler and it was the testing time for him. Bumrah had to put a cap on Buttler in order to hope for a win and he was able to do the same as he did not just bowl a dot delivery but also uprooted his stumps on the very next ball.
Seven runs were needed off two balls for England, it still anybody’s game but not when Bumrah is bowling as he gave away jut one run in next two deliveries to win the game for India.
It was a great effort from the Jasprit Bumrah, who once again showed that he is the go-to bowler for Indian team whenever the game stretches util the last over.