England vs India 2018: Watch Jasprit Bumrah Gives it Back to the Crowd
Jasprit Bumrah is always flirting with the popping crease. The Indian fast bowler continued his romance with the crease as he bowled another no-ball on which Adil Rashid was dismissed. As usual, Bumrah received booing from the English crowd.
However, Bumrah gave it back in style when he broke the frustrating partnership of Stuart Broad and Adil Rashid. Bumrah was able to produce the outside edge of the lanky fast bowler which was well taken by KL Rahul.
Thus, Bumrah celebrated his dismissal by putting a finger to his lips. Consequently, he was able to silence the hooting of the England crowd.
Bumrah bowled a magic spell as he took his second five-for in the red ball version.
Furthermore, Stuart Broad had also given a send-off to rookie Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. Therefore, Broad had to take it back from Virat Kohli who doesn’t shy away from a verbal contest on the field.
Subsequently, Stuart Broad was fined 15% of his match fees and was also handed over one demerit point.
In fact, a similar incident happened in the first innings of England batting. KL Rahul claimed a catch of Joe Root which was a bit controversial and the Indian opener had to take on the crowd’s booing.
However, when Rahul claimed the catch of Ben Stokes in which there was no doubt, he raised his hand to his ear to give it back to the English crowd.
Meanwhile, India is on the cusp of a fine win at Trent Bridge as they need the last wicket. India has been dominant right throughout the Test match.
Watch Jasprit Bumrah’s celebration here:
How can you not love Jasprit Bumrah? pic.twitter.com/4JX9RsDsrC
— Kieran (@BerbaSpin) August 21, 2018
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