Jasprit Bumrah was instrumental in India's victory over England at Lord's in the second Test. He admitted that he performed this performance after becoming enraged during heated exchanges with England players.Now, Bumrah explained how the tussle between England's and India's players began. "As soon as the game and the day were done, some expletives were spoken, and we were not pleased.
The conversations were not nice. I became enraged when I heard what was said. Because if something comes up, I'm going to give it ten times over "On Sky Sports, Bumrah said Karthik.Anderson's reaction came after Bumrah faced a barrage of bouncers against the Indian pacer during the second Test.“I got caught off guard a little bit because all the batters coming in were saying how slow the pitch was. Banged in short; it was really slow. When I came out to bat, Joe said Bumrah was not bowling as quick as he normally does," mentioned Anderson on Tailenders podcast.
He also said ,“And then, the first ball was 90 miles an hour and on the money, wasn’t it? And it felt like I haven’t felt like this ever in my career. I felt he wasn’t trying to get me out.”After being stunned by Bumrah's spell, Anderson was enraged as he came out to bat in India's second innings at Lord's, with the team reduced to 209-8 and the overall lead at only 182 on Day 5. However, India's 151-run victory at Lord's was made possible by Bumrah-Mohammed Shami's undefeated 89-run ninth-wicket stand and Mohammed Siraj's 4-fer during England's run chase.
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