Pacer Jaspreet Bamrah SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia) are proving their worth as a great fast bowler in the country and have completed 100 Test wickets against them at home, the sixth Indian to do so. Have become bowlers. In the 22nd over of the last innings on the fourth day of the fifth and final Test against England in Edgbaston, Bumrah bowled a superb opener. Zack Crowley 46 to reach the historic site. Crowley misjudged the ball and his balls flew. After that, he soon dismissed the first Pope for ducks.
Bumrah currently has 101 wickets in SENA countries. He is also the sixth Indian bowler to cross the 100 mark. Anil Kumble (141) Ishant Sharma (130) Zaheer Khan (119), Muhammad Shami (119) and Couple god (119) To reach the mark. He is also the fifth Indian fast bowler to complete 100 SENA wickets.
England have taken the most wickets in four countries. In nine matches in England, he took a total of 37 wickets at an average of 25.18 and an economy rate of 2.67. His best bowling figures in English conditions are 5/64.
Bamrah also left Kapil behind. When Bumrah dismissed Oli Pope, he took his 23rd wicket in the series. He now has the most wickets for an Indian fast bowler in a series against England. Earlier, the record was held by Kapil Dev. The former Indian captain took 22 wickets at home in the Test series against England in 1981-82.
Australia is also a favorite hunting ground for the leading Indian fast bowler as he has taken 32 wickets in his seven games at an average of 21.25 and an economy of 2.47. He took advantage of the Australian conditions by presenting his best bowling figures of 6/33.
He has played six matches in South Africa in which he has taken 26 wickets. They have an average of 24.38 and an economy rate of 2.92. Here are 7/111 of his best bowling figures.
New Zealand is the country where Bumrah has played the least number of Tests and has had limited success. In two Tests, he took six wickets at an average of 31.66 and an economy rate of 3.08. His best bowling figures in the country are 3/62.
In the match, India has given a target of 378 runs to England.
England openers Alex Liz And Zack Crowley added a century after the captaincy. Ben Stokes Taking four wickets ahead, India were bowled out for 245 in the second innings as the visitors set a target of 378 for the hosts.
Resuming the post-lunch session at 229/7, India lost Muhammad Shami on the fourth ball of the tea session when he was dismissed for 13 by English captain Ben Stokes. Outing the first innings century Ravinder Jadeja Who cut the ball to his stump at 23 when the hosts’ ninth wicket fell at 236.
In his next over, Stokes bowled out Indian captain Jaspreet Bumrah for seven to take India to 245.
England needed a solid start to chase a big total and their openers Alex Lies and Zack Crowley did exactly what they were able to do in quick succession. The duo formed a 50-run partnership with South Powell Lease. He scored his half century in just 44 balls.
Lees-Crawley’s opening pair went ahead and reduced the target to 300.
Both of them led the team to the triple figure to put pressure on India. When it looked like the game was moving away from India, their captain Bumrah cleaned out Zack Crowley for 46 runs. The hosts lost their first wicket at 107 and this score was maintained till the tea session as they needed 271 more runs to win and with nine wickets. Hands
England’s day ended at 259/3. They need 119 runs to win the fifth day.
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