Former Indian head coach Ravi Shastri came out with a pool of appreciation after Jasprit Bumrah hit Stuart Broad for 35 runs in an over and created a world record.
It was the 83rd over of Indian innings in which Indian captain Jasprit Bumrah created this world record which was previously named after Brian Lara and George Bailey. Both hit 28 runs but according to boundary count, Lara was officially named this record.
BCCI posted a video on Twitter in which Indian former coach Ravi Shastri praised Bumrah from the heart. He told that he couldn’t believe he was on the mic again when the 35 runs were scored. Eventually, he was on the commentary box when Yuvraj Singh hit Stuart Broad six sixes in an over.
He also said anyone couldn’t believe that this record would come from Jasprit Bumrah’s bat who will go beyond Brian Lara and George Bailey. He also added at the moment you think that you have seen everything, the game doesn’t fail to remind that everyone is still a student. He ended his talk by saying what he had seen today was absolutely bizarre.
Watch that history making Over:
Bumrah remained not out on 31 runs of just 16 balls and took India over 400 runs. Now the in-charge captain will look to show his well-known talent with the ball and put the hosts under pressure.