Dinesh Karthik-Harsha Bogle’s Banter on Bumrah during Second Test

Dinesh Karthik-Harsha Bogle's Banter

The former Cricketer Dinesh Karthik has poked Harsha Bogle for his comment on Jasprit Bumrah on Day 02 of the ongoing second Test of England’s India tour.

Dinesh Karthik-Harsha Bogle’s Banter on Bumrah

The Star Pacer Jasprit Bumrah has been the day 02 on the ongoing second Test at Vizag. During England’s first innings, Jasprit Bumrah delivered an impressive spell where he had a bowling return of 6/45 as the visitors were bowled out for 253.

Jasprit Bumrah has joined the list of fastest Indian Pacers to pick 150+ wickets in Test cricket. He achieved this feat after deliveries 6781 deliveries in the long format.

Jasprit Bumrah made his Test debut during the match against South Africa in 2018. He has played in 64 Test innings across 34 Tests and scalped 152 wickets.

 After being the witness of Bumrah’s Performance on day 02, the cricket analyst Harsha Bogle has lauded and praised the bowler. He made his comment after the pacer dismissed Ollie Pope with a Yorker.

“What a bowl, what a bowler,” commented Bhogle on air. However, The cricketer turned commentator Dinesh Karthik has made a hilarious comment on the Bhogle’s comment on the player.

It led to funny banter between these two on the air. “Everywhere I see, I read ‘what a ball, what a bowler,” Karthik said on-air on the third day.

Jasprit Bumrah

“I see you’re spending too much time on social media,” replied Bhogle which made former England captain Eoin Morgan laugh who was inside the commentary box.

Bumrah has reached another milestone on Saturday. He took Kapil Dev’s place to dismiss the middle order line-up in an innings of a Test in India. Kapil Dev made this record during the year 1983 against West Indies in Ahmedabad, where the former captain had a bowling return of 9/83.

India ended day two of the match 28/0 with Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal scoring 13* and 15* runs respectively. The Hosts lead by 171 runs. Bumrah’s heroic deeds during day 02 helped the side to conclude England’s innings in their first innings.

India scored 255 runs on their second innings while England scored 151 runs on the second innings by the time of writing.