England Cricketing Legend Stuart Broad Applauds Jasprit Bumrah’s “Spectacular” Performance in Second Test Against England

Jasprit Bumrah’s exceptional figures of 6-45 played a pivotal role in dismantling the England batting line-up, restricting them to 253 runs and allowing India to secure a crucial lead of 143 runs.

England’s veteran pacer Stuart Broad has heaped praise on Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah for his remarkable performance in the second Test against England in Visakhapatnam. Bumrah’s exceptional figures of 6-45 played a pivotal role in dismantling the England batting line-up, restricting them to 253 runs and allowing India to secure a crucial lead of 143 runs.

Employing reverse swing to devastating effect, Bumrah showcased his prowess as he claimed key wickets to surpass the milestone of 150 Test dismissals in just his 34th match. Broad, himself a former England pacer, took to his official Twitter account to commend Bumrah’s spell, describing subtle reverse swing as “the most dangerous weapon in the game.” He further expressed admiration for Bumrah’s execution, stating, “It’s not always used so spectacularly tho… #Bumrah #INDvENG.”

Broad also reacted to the delivery that rattled Ollie Pope’s stumps with a single word, calling it “iconic.” Bumrah’s performance has garnered widespread acclaim from the cricketing fraternity, with his ability to generate subtle reverse swings and maintain accuracy being hailed as a masterclass in fast bowling.

As Bumrah continues to impress with his exceptional skill and precision on the field, his performance in the second Test against England has cemented his reputation as one of the premier fast bowlers in the world, earning him admiration from peers and fans alike.