For India’s ODI match against England, Jasprit Bumrah takes six wickets, becoming him the first Indian pacer to do so.
India finally defeated England by 10 wickets in the first ODI of the three-match series, helped by Jasprit Bumrah’s 6/19.
Jasprit Bumrah made history on Tuesday by becoming the first Indian pacer to record six wickets in an ODI game in England. So in the first ODI of the three-match series against England on Tuesday at the Kennington Oval, Bumrah achieved this feat by compiling his career-best stats of 6/19. With this performance, Jasprit Bumrah earned the third-best ODI bowling statistics for an Indian bowler. So Anil Kumble is second on the list with a score of 6/12 against the West Indies in 1993, trailing only Stuart Binny, who tops the list with a score of 6/4 against Bangladesh in 2014.
Jasprit Bumrah’s six-wicket haul and Mohammed Shami’s three wickets allowed India to restrict England to 110 runs in the first innings of the first ODI of the three-match series.
Along with Jasprit Bumrah and Shami, Prasidh Krishna took the sole wicket. Only Jos Buttler could play a good inning, scoring 30 runs for England.
As Jasprit Bumrah wreaked havoc on England batters during the powerplay, Indian bowlers proved that their captain Rohit Sharma’s choice to bowl first was wise.
England’s ODI total against India was the lowest ever. India won the match by 10 wickets thanks to an unbroken opening wicket partnership of 114 runs between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan.