Jasprit Bumrah Bowled A Magical Yorker And Broke Glenn Maxwell’s Arrogance: The Men in Blue saved themselves from an embarrassing whitewash, registering their first victory on Wednesday, after losing the first two ODIs to Australia on a trot. In the final match of the just-concluded series, India registered a victory by 13 runs against Australians.
Also, one of the best things to have happened during the third ODI was that their pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah finally made a comeback as he managed to find his rhythm and consistency.
In the third ODI match, Jasprit was finally able to end his poor form in ODI format by taking two wickets. It was 11 months ago when Jasprit last took his wicket at a three-wicket haul against Sri Lanka at the World Cup 2019.
During the third ODI match, Jasprit Bumrah finished with the best figures of 9.3-0-43-2 and also took the prized wickets of Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa.
Team India posted a decent total of 302 runs on the board on the back of the powerful partnership stitched by Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja.
Later, while chasing the target runs, the Australian cricket team lost wickets early in the game and on the verge of collapsing. The Australian cricket team was reeling at a score of 158 for 5 in 30.5 overs when Glenn Maxwell walked onto the field and managed to bring the momentum back to the game.
Maxwell smashed the ball all around the ground and brought the equation down to 39 runs required off the last 6 overs. But this is when Virat Kohli played his MasterCard and brought Jasprit Bumrah in desperate need of a wicket.
It happened on the third ball of the 45th over when Jasprit Bumrah bowled two wides in an attempt of nailing a wide yorker however he finally managed to take the big wicket of Glenn Maxwell in the third attempt of hitting the wide yorker but he finally managed to take the big wicket of Maxwell in the third attempt. The yorker ended Maxwell’s innings of 59 runs off 38 deliveries.
Here, watch the video:
Huge wicket 👊
Jasprit Bumrah knocks over Glenn Maxwell with Australia needing just over a run-a-ball…
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