Indian pace sensation Jasprit Bumrah expressed displeasure when advice from KS Bharat to captain Rohit Sharma led to the dismissal of England batsman Ben Duckett on Day 3 of the first Test in Hyderabad. Bumrah appeared to have trapped Duckett in front of the stumps, prompting a vigorous appeal. However, the umpire rejected the appeal. Bumrah was eager for a review, but wicketkeeper-batsman KS Bharat hurried to Rohit Sharma, suggesting that the ball might be drifting down the leg side. Rohit followed Bharat’s advice.
Jasprit Bumrah Loses Cool, Fumes At KS Bharat Over Poor DRS Call
Upon reviewing the giant screen replay and ball tracking, Jasprit Bumrah expressed disappointment, as the trajectory indicated that the ball would have hit the leg stump. If India had opted for the review, Duckett would have been given out.
Bumrah showed clear frustration on the field when he realized he missed a chance for a wicket.
DUCKETT WAS OUT BUT BUMRAH AND ROHIT DID NOT REVIEW. I CANNOT BELIEVE IT 🤯🤯🤯
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In the following over, Duckett intensified Bumrah’s frustration by hitting two fours.
Right after the second four, Bumrah got back at the England opener with an inswinger that sneaked past the inside edge, uprooting the off-stump. Bumrah, visibly pumped up, displayed aggression, almost in the face of the departing Duckett, who left the field with a score of 47.
Bumrah doesn’t usually celebrate dismissals so enthusiastically, but with Duckett, he was charged up, understanding that he might not get another chance to dismiss the England player soon.
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Never in doubt!@Jaspritbumrah93 gets his man and the off-stump is out of the ground 🔥🔥
Ben Duckett departs for 47.
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Bumrah continued his impact, trapping England’s key batsman Joe Root LBW for 2 in the next over. Despite Root reviewing the on-field decision, it proved unsuccessful as the dismissal was upheld on umpire’s call.
India wrapped up their first innings at 436, taking a lead of 190 over England in the morning session. England responded strongly, reaching 89/1 in 15 overs before the lunch break.