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Jasprit Bumrah was glad of his internal “ammunition” after a superb display of reverse-swing bowling helped India defeat England by 157 runs in the fourth Test at The Oval on Monday.
For an India pace attack to be at the heart of beating England at Lords spoke volumes of their rise in Test cricket. India’s fearless investment in them has reaped massive reward, writes RYAN VREDE.
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Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah backs Ravi Ashwin to put the ball in the right spots in the fourth innings and praises Cheteshwar Pujara’s patience and maturity with bat in hand.
India’s pace attack was lauded as lethal by many during the Test series against England, but former India bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth disagrees.
Despite England’s late fightback, Jasprit Bumrah is pleased with India’s bowling performance.