IND vs ENG, 5th Test: Jasprit Bumrah broke this record of great Kapil Dev, achieved another achievement
In the ongoing fifth test match against England, Jasprit Bumrah broke the record of former India captain Kapil Dev. Also he made another record. Joined the list of 100 wicket takers against SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia).
In the ongoing fifth Test against England at Edgbaston, Birmingham, India captain Jasprit Bumrah broke former India captain Kapil Dev’s record for most wickets by an Indian fast bowler in a series against England. Bumrah has taken two wickets in the second innings till the fourth day of the game. With this, he now has 23 wickets in the five-match Test series. Earlier, Kapil Dev had taken 22 wickets in the 1981-82 series.
22 wickets for Kapil Dev
Kapil Dev took 22 wickets in the home series against England. Third on the list is Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who took 19 wickets in India’s 2014 series against England. Jasprit Bumrah took three wickets in the first innings of the fifth test match. All three were top-order batsmen. In the second innings too, Bumrah sent both the top batsmen to the pavilion.
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Another record was recorded in the name of Bumrah.
Bumrah is proving his worth as an outstanding fast bowler in SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia) countries and has completed 100 Test wickets while playing against them on their soil, becoming the sixth Indian bowler to do so. have gone. On the fourth day, Bumrah clean bowled a well-set opener Jack Crowley for 46 to reach the landmark. Crowley took the ball outside and the bails flew off. After this, he dismissed in-form Ollie Pope for a duck.
Bumrah’s excellent record against England
Bumrah currently has 101 wickets in SENA countries. He is the sixth Indian bowler apart from Anil Kumble (141), Ishant Sharma (130), Zaheer Khan (119), Mohammed Shami (119) and Kapil Dev (119) to cross the 100-mark. He is also the fifth Indian fast bowler to complete 100 army wickets. Most of his wickets in four countries have come in England. In nine matches in England, he has taken 37 wickets at an average of 25.18 and an economy rate of 2.67. His best bowling figures in English conditions is 5/64.