‘Looks like I’m still a student…’ Ravi Shastri said after seeing Jasprit Bumrah’s fiery style in Stuart Broad’s over

New Delhi. Pacer Jasprit Bumrah showed amazing performance with the bat in the rescheduled 5th Test match of the series against England (IND vs ENG 5th Test) and made a world record. A total of 35 runs were scored in an over by Stuart Broad in which Bumrah hit 4 fours and 2 sixes. This is the world record for most runs in an over in Test cricket. The Indian team scored 416 runs in its first innings in the match. Former Indian coach Ravi Shastri was also very happy to see Bumrah’s fiery style. He said in a video that it seems that right now I am only a student in this game.

Taking over the captaincy of the Indian team for the first time Jasprit Bumrah Scored 31 off 16 balls and returned unbeaten in the first innings. he fast bowler Stuart Broad Scored 35 runs in one over. It was the costliest over in the history of Test cricket. Earlier, Brian Lara had scored 28 runs in the over against South Africa’s R Pietersen in 2002. At the same time, in the year 2013, George Bailey also scored 28 runs in James Anderson’s over. In 2020, Keshav Maharaj also scored 28 runs in the over of former England captain Joe Root.

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Jasprit Bumrah got 4 runs by hooking the first ball of the 84th over. The second ball was wide and 4 runs were also taken on it. On the second ball, Bumrah hit a six which was a no-ball. In the next 3 balls, Bumrah hit 3 consecutive fours on Broad. He hit a six on the backward square leg on the 5th ball. Took a run off the last ball. In this way a total of 35 runs were scored in the over.

Ravi Shastri A video of it was shared by BCCI on Twitter. In this Shastri said, ‘When Bumrah scored 35 runs in an over, don’t ask about what I was thinking. Earlier Yuvraj Singh and I had scored 36 runs in an over, but what Bumrah did is unimaginable. Bumrah made a world record. He came to bat at number-10. He is also captaining the team for the first time. He left behind Brian Lara, George Bailey and Keshav Maharaj.

He further said, ‘I thought I must have seen all this, but not really. You think you have seen everything but you must realize that you are still a student in the game. Some other day you will be somewhat surprised, but did I see that today something absolutely strange was happening. You know, Jasprit Bumrah broke the world record of scoring 29 runs in 35 overs with his bat.

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