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| On Sep 6, 2021 6:50 PM IST

IND vs ENG Live: Jasprit Bumrah at his very best! Watch Ollie Pope’s Bowled dismissal


With all the three results possible, the ongoing fourth Test match between England and India has grabbed the attention of every cricket lover across the globe. The visitors so far has displayed a sensational bowling performance on the Day 5 to be on the top of the game and are on the verge of taking an inaccessible 1-2 lead in the five-Test series.

Jasprit Bumrah castles Ollie Pope with a ripper

Team India is having an enthralling post-lunch session on Day 5 of the fourth Test match against England at The Oval. After Ravindra Jadeja removed Haseeb Hameed with a peach of a delivery, Indian pacer spearhead Jasprit Bumrah bamboozled Ollie Pope to take his 100th Test wicket.

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Ollie Pope, who top-scored for England in the first innings, was caught by surprise as Jasprit Bumrah planned a perfect set-up by bowling the straight lines and followed it with an inswinger to uproot his stumps for just 2 runs.

Here’s the video:

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IND vs ENG Live: Bumrah on fire, England’s situation dire

Team India have come out all guns blazing in the post-lunch session and have put the hosts under tremendous pressure. After the wicket of Haseeb Hameed, Jasprit Bumrah has been on the fire as he first removed Ollie Pope and then in his very next over displayed master class yet again and executed a perfect yorker to sent Jonny Bairstow packing for a four-ball duck.

In the process, he also became the fastest Indian pacer to take 100+ wickets Test wickets. If this was not enough the right-arm pacer is troubling English skipper Joe Root as well. It remains to be seen if the Virat Kohli-led side can stage a victory in this session only or not.

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