“If it swings away, you don’t chase it” -Brad Hogg praises ‘very genious’ Jasprit Bumrah after an amazing outing in Visakhapatnam.
Brad Hogg praises ‘very genious’ Jasprit Bumrah after amazing outing in Visakhapatnam
Brad Hogg, a former Australian left-arm wrist-spinner, admires outstanding Indian quick Jasprit Bumrah.
He claimed nine wickets in the second Test against England, helping his team win by an astonishing 106 runs.
Bumrah stunned England’s batting line-up in the first innings of the Visakhapatnam Test with an entertaining display of reverse-swing bowling.
Bumrah picked up outstanding figures of 6/45 on a decent batting track. And followed it up with three more wickets in the second innings to cap a Player-of-the-Match performance.
Brad Hogg showed how brilliant Jasprit Bumrah is and how England’s batsmen might have challenged the bowler.
In just six Tests on Indian soil, Bumrah has taken 29 wickets at an average of 13.06. Such statistics highlight why he is regarded as one of India’s greatest athletes.
Brad Hogg discusses news of Jasprit Bumrah being rested during the third Test
Several rumors suggest that Jasprit Bumrah might be rested for the third Test between the two sides. Which begins on February 15 in Rajkot.
Brad Hogg believed it was critical to manage Bumrah’s workload. And that it would be an excellent opportunity for Mohammed Siraj to make an impression.
Jasprit Bumrah was a significant reason why the series is tied at one apiece.
With a 10-day gap between the second and third Tests. It would be fascinating to see if India believes the break is sufficient for Bumrah to play in Rajkot.