“This Indian bowling attack is a bit like” Sanjay Manjrekar Hails India’s Varied Bowling Attack

India and England are locking horns in the fifth Test of the five-match Test series. Both teams are facing each other in Dharamshala. In this match, the Indian bowlers dominated the Indian side. Their performance was exceptional. After watching that bowling magic in the field, former Indian player Sanjay Manjrekar has been amazed by their skill. 

India’s Bowling Dominance:

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In a remarkable display of skill and experience, Ravichandran Ashwin celebrated his 100th Test match in Dharamshala with an outstanding performance. His excellence shone through as he secured an impressive four-wicket haul in the first innings, dismissing key players like Ben Foakes, Tom Hartley, Mark Wood, and James Anderson. Adding to the bowling spectacle, Kuldeep Yadav showcased his prowess with a magnificent five-wicket haul, while Ravindra Jadeja contributed by taking another crucial wicket.

The magic of India’s bowling prowess persisted into the second innings, with Ravichandran Ashwin once again leading the charge by claiming five wickets in rapid succession. England’s batting lineup crumbled in the face of Ashwin’s bowling brilliance. Kuldeep Yadav continued his impact, adding one more wicket to his tally. While Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja remained wicket-hungry, their exceptional bowling performances added immense pressure on the English batsmen, reinforcing India’s dominance on the field.

The 100th Test match became a memorable milestone for Ravichandran Ashwin, whose exceptional contributions, combined with the collective effort of the Indian bowling attack, solidified India’s stronghold in the Dharamshala Test, leaving a lasting impact on the cricketing landscape.

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Manjrekar’s Words:

After watching the amazing bowling display by the Indian bowlers, India’s former player Sanjay Manjrekar praised them. On his social media handle, he wrote, “This Indian bowling attack is a bit like what I faced in WI. If Marshall won’t get you Ambrose will, if Bishop does not get you Walsh will. Here it’s, if Bumrah does not get you, Ash will if Jadeja does not get you Kuldeep will.”

On day 3 of the fifth Test match, England is in under pressure. In the second innings, they kept losing wickets. Zak Crawley walked away on a duck. Ben Duckett got out on a duck. Bairstow who was also playing his 100th Test match, got out on 39 runs. Joe Root is batting on 42 runs in 76 balls. 

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India and England are locking horns in the fifth Test of the five-match Test series. Both teams are facing each other in Dharamshala. In this match, the Indian bowlers dominated the Indian side. Their performance was exceptional. After watching that bowling magic in the field, former Indian player Sanjay Manjrekar has been amazed by their skill. 

India’s Bowling Dominance:

In a remarkable display of skill and experience, Ravichandran Ashwin celebrated his 100th Test match in Dharamshala with an outstanding performance. His excellence shone through as he secured an impressive four-wicket haul in the first innings, dismissing key players like Ben Foakes, Tom Hartley, Mark Wood, and James Anderson. Adding to the bowling spectacle, Kuldeep Yadav showcased his prowess with a magnificent five-wicket haul, while Ravindra Jadeja contributed by taking another crucial wicket.

The magic of India's bowling prowess persisted into the second innings, with Ravichandran Ashwin once again leading the charge by claiming five wickets in rapid succession. England's batting lineup crumbled in the face of Ashwin's bowling brilliance. Kuldeep Yadav continued his impact, adding one more wicket to his tally. While Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja remained wicket-hungry, their exceptional bowling performances added immense pressure on the English batsmen, reinforcing India's dominance on the field.

The 100th Test match became a memorable milestone for Ravichandran Ashwin, whose exceptional contributions, combined with the collective effort of the Indian bowling attack, solidified India's stronghold in the Dharamshala Test, leaving a lasting impact on the cricketing landscape.

Manjrekar’s Words:

After watching the amazing bowling display by the Indian bowlers, India’s former player Sanjay Manjrekar praised them. On his social media handle, he wrote, “This Indian bowling attack is a bit like what I faced in WI. If Marshall won’t get you Ambrose will, if Bishop does not get you Walsh will. Here it’s, if Bumrah does not get you, Ash will if Jadeja does not get you Kuldeep will.”

On day 3 of the fifth Test match, England is in under pressure. In the second innings, they kept losing wickets. Zak Crawley walked away on a duck. Ben Duckett got out on a duck. Bairstow who was also playing his 100th Test match, got out on 39 runs. Joe Root is batting on 42 runs in 76 balls. 

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