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IND vs ENG: Nehra ji told the secret of Jasprit Bumrah’s success, ‘He plays with the mind of the batsman…’

Jasprit Bumrah changed the course of the match with his spell in the second innings of the Oval Test.

Former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra (Ashish Nehra) believes that Jasprit Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) Play with the mind of the batsman. This is the reason why he is counted among the most successful bowlers of today’s time.Also Read – ‘The scary thing for other teams is there is room for some improvement in Virat’s strong team, Ashwin…’: Ian Chappell

Ashish Nehra in Sony Sports Network’s show (Ashish Nehra) said, “I think Jasprit Bumrah does not repeat his mistakes. If you look at the statistics, Bumrah took 6-7 wickets in the first match at Nottingham at the start of the series. After this, he took 30 wickets (18 wickets) in his name in the series. Did not take wickets during a test match but he made a great comeback. They know where extra effort is needed.” Also Read – 5th Test: Gavaskar raised questions on English media, ‘Why is the finger being pointed at India without evidence?’

Jasprit Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) took a total of 18 wickets during this series. Only England’s Ollie Robinson remained ahead of him with 21 wickets. Comparing Jasprit Bumrah to James Anderson, Ashish Nehra said, “Jimmy has a lot of experience. Bumrah is not the player who has played 100 Test matches. Their strong side is that they also learn from other people’s mistakes. He also has the X-factor in his bowling. Also Read – India vs England 5th Test: Angered by the attitude of BCCI, ECB knocked on the door of ICC, asked- what is the status of Manchester Test?

On Bumrah’s brilliant spell in the Oval Test, Ashish Nehra said, “He took only two wickets but the way the game was going and the way Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) cast that spell, after that England had no chance of a comeback. Discussions were going on that this is a batsman-friendly wicket. Bumrah bowling yorker took the nature of the pitch out of the realm of thinking. Initially it was being told that it is a batsman friendly pitch.

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