Jasprit Bumrah wife Sanjana Ganesan brutally trolls English batsmen off field watch video

India defeated England in a one-sided manner in the first match of the three-match ODI series to take a 1-0 lead in the series. The England batsmen, who came to bat first in the match, were scared to face Jasprit Bumrah’s wreaking havoc on their own home ground. The pair of Bumrah and Shami had sent 5 batsmen of the English team to the pavilion within 10 overs. Last month, England’s batting, which made the highest score in ODI cricket, had become a joke in this match and the biggest reason behind this was Jasprit Bumrah, who took 6 wickets for 19 runs in the first match.

The English batsmen could not stand in front of the deadly bowling of the Indian bowlers and were bundled out for just 110 runs. In reply, India won the match by 10 wickets without losing a wicket, thanks to the half-century innings of captain Rohit Sharma. Jasprit Bumrah took two wickets without giving any runs in the second over of the match. He first bowled Jason Roy and then got Joe Root caught out. After this he also took the wickets of Jonny Bairstow, Liam Livingstone. Bumrah took his fifth wicket in the form of Cars and then ended England’s innings by dismissing Willie.

While Bumrah was sending England batsmen for ducks at the Oval, his wife Sanjana Ganesan did not hold back from making fun of the poor batting of the off-field English batsmen. During the match, Sanjana went to the foot stall outside the stadium and there was also a stall named ‘Crispy Duck’ in that food court, standing in front of which Sanjana trolled the English batsmen and its video is now going viral.

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In the first ODI, 4 England batsmen returned to the pavilion without opening an account. To this Sanjana said, “We have come to a stall where most of the English batsmen would like to avoid coming. It is called ‘Crispy Duck’. We’ve got a ‘duck wrap’ and we’ll see what an off field duck is like. Because on-field ducks are fantastic.

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