The incredible excitement of the Test cricket is back on the Indian soil. The red ball cricket is bringing back the visitors to witness the real magic. In the second Test match, India is facing England in Vizag. The match becomes more interesting because of India’s excellence. Veteran Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah set the stage on fire by his bowling excellence. He has become the fastest Indian fast bowler to complete 150 wickets in Test cricket. After watching this bowling display Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar praised the bowler.
Bumrah’s recent spell has etched his name in cricket history with remarkable achievements. By clinching his fourth wicket, he becomes the fastest Indian fast bowler to reach the milestone of 150 wickets in Test cricket. Adding to his glory, Bumrah boasts an outstanding Test bowling average of 20.28, placing him among the cricketing elite. The only one to surpass him is England’s Sydney Barnes, who achieved a lower average of 16.43.
Bumrah’s exceptional strike rate of 44.7 ranks among the best, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with cricket legends like Kagiso Rabada, Dale Steyn, and Waqar Younis. His rapid ascent to 150 wickets sets a new Indian record, placing him among the fastest pacers in Asian cricket history, a testament to his unparalleled skills. Additionally, Bumrah’s phenomenal figures of 6/45 in the recent match mark the best performance by an Indian seamer at home in this century, further solidifying his place in the pantheon of Indian cricket history.
Sachin Tendulkar’s Praising:
In the second Test match against England, Jasprit Bumrah was on fire. The English batters struggled in front of his pace. He single-handedly took the responsibility to dominate the opponent. After watching this excellence, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar praised the Indian bowler. On his social media handle, Sachin Tendulkar wrote, “Su Waat 6, Bumrah bhai! Majja aawi gayi,”
The Indian side is on high. They are setting boundaries against the England team. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a double ton against the English bowlers. The English batters are facing difficulties playing against India’s bowling unit. In the second innings, they got all out in 253 runs. India ended the day 2 with 28/0.