South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has made a funny comment on the exciting battle between James Anderson and Jaspreet Bumrah, which has been quite a debate. Steyn tweeted that when Jaspreet Bumrah comes to bat, James Anderson will demand the ball. He wrote it because on the third day of the Lord’s Test, Bumrah could not lead the pavilion to an English batsman the whole day, but when Anderson came to him, he gave his whole life to get his last life, England’s innings and Anderson’s news was taken seriously as he bathed a bouncer-yorker. At this point, Anderson seemed to be uncomfortable enough to confront Bumrah.
Jimmy Gana begging the ball when Jaspreet came to bat …
– Dale Steyn (@delstein62) August 14, 2021
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Stein is trying to say through this tweet that Anderson will take revenge on Bumrah when he arrives. Let me tell you, Anderson was very uncomfortable with Bumrah’s deliveries during the first Test match at Nottingham. Bumrah bowled 26 overs in the first innings at Lord’s against England and gave up 79 runs without taking a wicket. However, Bumrah brought it here not for his wicket but for bowling many no balls. Bumrah, who took 9 wickets in the last match, could not get a wicket in the innings and the pressure was evident in his bowling. He didn’t put up one, not two, 13 balls in this game.
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Speaking of the entire match, the Indian bowlers bowled a total of 17 no balls, 13 of which were bowled by Bumrah. Bumrah threw three no-balls in two overs in England’s innings. Bumrah, famous for Yorker bowling, is completely out of line. In the 126th over of England’s innings, Bumrah threw 4 no-balls and 10 for a total against Anderson. The bumra lasted 15 minutes. Anderson was dismissed as the last batsman in England’s innings and England were all out for 391. Joe Root played an unbeaten century at 180 for the team.