I’ve never seen such a strong bowling team; Former Pakistan captain praises India

Stand out:

  • Inzamam praises the aggressiveness of Indian pacemakers
  • Jaspreet Bumra took 9 wickets in two entrances
  • On the final day of the match, India needed just 157 runs

LONDON: Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has praised the Indian bowling team for their stellar performance in the first round against England. Inzamam praised the pace of the team that beat England in both innings. Inzamam estimates that India has never had such an aggressive pace team.

Inzamam points out that bowlers from the subcontinent often don’t get the rhythm on the first round when they play in England. The Indian pacemakers found their rhythm on matchday one of the series opener. With this, England’s column went on the defensive. Inzamam said the performance of the Indian bowling team was detrimental to England’s batting.

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Inzamam says it is not enough to praise the Indian pacemaker Jaspreet Bumra. It was Bumra who pushed England to defense. Boomera worried Joe Root, who scored half a century. Also, Mohammad Shami and Mohammad Siraj played wonderfully. I have never seen a bowling lineup like this in the Indian lineup. India already has some great-paced bowlers. However, the current team are clever bowlers and attackers. He also said the performance would increase when he was attacked and bowled.

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Jaspreet Bumra took nine wickets in two innings. With just one day left in the match, India has a high chance of winning. With 98 overs to spare on the final day, India needed 157 more runs to win. But if the English bowlers act miraculously, India will move towards defeat.

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