IND vs ENG: ‘India’s best bowling attack in Test cricket history’, Akash Chopra builds a bridge of praise

Team India pacers attacking England batsmen at Lord’s are highly acclaimed in world cricket. Mohammad Siraj, Jaspreet Bumrah and Ishant Sharma all ruled the English batting order. Not only in England, but in the last few years, India’s fast bowlers have led the team to victory in every country that was once a dream of India’s success. Whether it is a bouncy pitch anywhere in South Africa or Australia, Team India’s fast bowlers have made fans happy with their bowling. Former cricketer and commentator Akash Chopra believes that this is the best bowling attack in Team India’s history.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Akash said, “This is the best bowling line-up India has produced. There is no doubt in this. Because when Bhajji (Harbhajan Singh) and Anil Kumble were two good spinners, we didn’t have four fast bowlers. Ajit Agarkar was with Zaheer Khan for a while and Ashish Nehra and RP Singh were there for a while. But at this level, four or five bowlers – Bumrah, you are sitting outside Shami, Ishant, Siraj, Shardul and other fast bowlers.

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Speaking of spinners, Akash said, “The two spinners we are talking about, Ravichandran Ashwin, are walking shoulder to shoulder with Harbhajan Singh. Jadeja Kumble is far away, but fast bowlers are filling that gap. I don’t think India has a better bowling attack in cricket history. In the Lord’s Test, Mohammed Siraj took eight wickets, bowled brilliantly, but in the second innings Bumrah also caught the attention of English batsmen and captain Joe Root took a big wicket.

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