IND vs. ENG 2nd Test: In the second test match in Visakhapatnam, the Indian team’s seasoned fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah decimated the visiting England batting order. at the opening session of the second Test match at Vizag, Jasprit Bumrah dismissed the English squad for a mere 253 runs.
Jasprit Bumrah Records: In the second test match in Visakhapatnam, the senior fast bowler for the Indian side, Jasprit Bumrah, absolutely devastated the visiting English team’s batting order. at the opening session of the second Test match at Vizag, Jasprit Bumrah dismissed the English squad for a mere 253 runs. Jasprit Bumrah bowled ruthlessly during this time, taking 6 wickets for 45 runs in 15.5 overs. The large batsmen of England were observed bending down in front of Jasprit Bumrah’s lethal deliveries.
Created by Jasprit Bumrah, this historical account
During this time, Jasprit Bumrah, the fast bowler for Team India, has set a historic record. Jasprit Bumrah is only the second bowler in the world and the first from India to achieve this incredible feat in the 147-year history of Test cricket. Jasprit Bumrah has actually amassed 152 wickets at an outstanding bowling average of 20.29 in 64 innings of 34 Test matches. Jasprit Bumrah now holds the best bowling average in Test cricket and is ranked second in the world for taking 150 wickets.
In 147 years of Test Cricket history, name shines
With a bowling average of 20.29, Jasprit Bumrah ranks second in the 147-year history of Test cricket. The name of England’s legendary bowler Sydney Barnes ranks first for taking 150 wickets with the best bowling average in Test cricket. Sydney Barnes had an outstanding bowling average of 16.43 after taking 189 wickets in 50 innings throughout 27 Test matches. The name Jasprit Bumrah appears at number two. Jasprit Bumrah has a great bowling average of 20.29 and has claimed 152 wickets. Alan Davidson, a former Australian bowler, has a 20.53 bowling average and has claimed 186 wickets.
Test cricket’s highest bowling average (at least 150 wickets)
1. Sydney Barnes (England) with 189 wickets at an average of 16.43
2. Jasprit Bumrah (India) with 152 wickets at an average of 20.29
3. Australia’s Alan Davidson (20.53 average; 186 wickets)