IND vs ENG: After the Lord’s, Jaspreet Bumrah now makes a special century in the Third Test, leaving three legends including Kapil Dev

Jaspreet Bumrah, who batted at the Lord’s Test and then hit the ball, has a chance to take a special place in the Third Test against England. Bumrah is on the verge of making history and will become India’s fastest bowler to take 100 wickets in Test cricket with 5 wickets in the Leeds Test. If Bumrah manages to do so, he will leave veterans Kapil Dev, Venkatesh Prasad and Manoj Prabhakar.

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Jaspreet Bumrah has taken 95 wickets at an average of 22.62 in 22 Tests and is just 5 wickets away from taking 100 wickets in Test cricket. Kapil Dev, who won India’s first World Cup in 1983 under his captaincy, took 100 wickets in his 25th Test. This means that if Bumrah succeeds in picking up 5 wickets in the third Test, then he completes the century in the 23rd Test. Bumrah will replace Venkatesh Prasad and Manoj Prabhakar in Leeds with two wickets. Two former fast bowlers in India took 96 wickets in Tests.

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In the second Test, Bumrah shared an impressive 89 runs for the ninth wicket with Mohammad Shami in the second innings. With this, he was instrumental in finishing the English innings at 120 runs. After Bumrah got his big wicket in the second innings, skipper Joe Root, England’s batting order was torn as a card pack. The performance of this Indian fast bowler at Trent Bridge was also excellent and he took 9 wickets in his name.

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