The first match of the five-match Test series between India and England at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge ended in a disappointing draw. On the last day of the match, spectators were expecting a thrilling showdown between the two teams, but the rain ruined the fun and they couldn’t even throw a single ball. After the fourth day, Team India were in a strong position and the team needed 157 runs on the last day to take a 1-0 lead. After the match, former Indian cricketer Akash Chopra, while evaluating, said which player had the most impact on the match.
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He shared the video on his Twitter. In this, Akash was seen to praise the Indian fast bowler Jaspreet Bumra. Of course, India could not win the match but due to Bumrah, Team India managed to take the lead over England throughout the match. If India had played at least half a day on the last day of the match, their chances of winning would have been higher. Akash, ‘Bumrah took 9 wickets in the whole match. After losing the toss, the bowlers have increased responsibility and it is very important to get wickets at that time. He put pressure on England by taking wickets in the first over.
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He said, ‘After getting the first wicket, he got one more wicket and then corrected the lower order of England because the opposing team’s tail batsman always had trouble with Indian bowling.’ He said, “Bumrah played an excellent 28-run innings not only in bowling but also in batting, leading the team to a 100-run lead. He performed well in England’s second innings, taking 5 wickets and playing a huge role in putting England out for 303.