Bibhu Prasad Ray

After excellent performances in the first two test matches Vs England, Indian Fast Bowler Jasprit Bumrah has once grabbed the headlines by becoming the new No 1 test bowler in Test Cricket. 

He also became the first bowler to hold the No. 1 rank in all three formats in the history of cricket.

After beginning his test career in 2018 Vs South Africa, Bumrah soon became the talking point in cricket by performing exceptionally well in overseas conditions. He also got appreciation and praise from cricket experts when he became the only bowler to take 5 wickets in Australia, South Africa, England and West Indies on his debut tour. 

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Jasprit Bumrah is also the first Indian pacer to reach 100 wickets outside Asia where he achieved this milestone in just 18 matches which is a testimony of his skills and temperament. 

During the second Test match Vs England in Vizag, Jasprit Bumrah’s fiery spell of 6-46 became the best figures bowled by the Indian fast bowler at home. 
Ahead of the third test match which begins in Rajkot, Jasprit Bumrah has been rested by Indian team management to manage his workload.