Jasprit Bumrah is one of the most talented bowlers in the world and he recently set a world record that made India proud. Ravi Shastri, India’s head coach, was providing commentary for the match and even during Bumrah’s record-breaking performance, he was full of enthusiasm. Let’s take a closer look at this historic moment in Indian cricket.
Jasprit Bumrah Breaks World Record
On the 5th of November 2020, Jasprit Bumrah became the fastest Indian bowler to take 150 wickets in One Day Internationals (ODIs). This record was previously held by Mohammad Shami, who had taken 151 matches to reach the milestone. Bumrah, however, did it in just 78 matches and thus, his achievement was even more remarkable.
Ravi Shastri’s Commentary During Bumrah’s Record
Ravi Shastri, India’s head coach, was providing commentary for the match when Bumrah set the record. He was full of enthusiasm and praised Bumrah for his achievements. He said, “Jasprit Bumrah has done it. He has become the fastest Indian bowler to take 150 wickets in ODIs. This is a remarkable achievement and it shows his commitment and hard work.”
Setting the Scene for Bumrah’s Record
The match was between India and Australia and it was a crucial one for India. The team needed to win the match in order to qualify for the finals of the tournament. Bumrah was India’s star bowler and he was determined to make the most of the opportunity. He took the wicket of Australian batsman, Kane Richardson, in the 48th over of the match and that’s when he set the world record.
Bumrah’s Magnificent Performance
Bumrah bowled a fantastic spell and his performance was crucial in India’s victory. He took 4 wickets in the match and gave away only 33 runs in his 10 overs. His bowling was accurate and he was able to keep the batsman under pressure throughout the match. He was also able to induce false shots from the batsmen and this helped him take wickets.
Shastri’s Enthusiasm for Bumrah’s Record
Ravi Shastri was full of enthusiasm when Bumrah set the world record. He praised the bowler for his hard work and commitment. He also said that this record was a testament