IND vs ENG: ‘Not even their parents thought this’, praised former English captain Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah

The records are made and broken every day at the cricket ground, but some of the most memorable innings have been remembered for years. This was also the case with Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah’s innings at the Lord’s Historic Ground. Those who saw their batting and courage became their fans. After winning the Lord’s Test, Bumrah-Shami’s partnership has been applauded, and not only Indian players but English cricketers have also been fans of the pair. Former England captain David Gower has praised Shami-Bumrah’s batting. The parents of the two did not think they would play such an innings, he said.

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Speaking to Cricket.com, the former English captain said, ‘The whole world has gone crazy. When Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah scored 89 on the morning of the fifth day, the world went completely crazy. No one, not even his parents and his immediate family, would have thought so. Shami-Bumrah made an unbroken 89-run partnership for the ninth wicket on the last day of the second Test, as India set a target of 272 against England. Shami scored the second fifty of his Test career, while Bumrah also remained unbeaten on 34.

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Jaspreet Bumrah did wonders with the ball after the bat and was run by three English batsmen including Captain Joe Root in the second innings. At the same time, Shami was leading the pavilion to Dominic Sibley. Chasing 272, the entire England team was bowled out for just 120 runs. On behalf of Team India, Mohammad Siraj took four wickets in his innings and damaged his bowling. At the same time, Ishant Sharma also took 5 wickets.

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