Jasprit Bumrah's explosive bowling style has been praised globally, with his performances causing significant damage in matches.

His unique approach to the crease, stuttering, and striking the ground with both hands, has led to him being hit three times.

Children all across the globe have been inspired by his bowling action, even if they do not possess the same level of ability as he has.

It is said that Bumrah's performance is comparable to that of Ben Duckett, who is widely regarded as the top player in the game.

 India's spinners produced 206 of the 206 balls, allowing England to score 98 runs before losing six wickets.

 Bumrah's aggressive strokes have allowed England to maintain the score, a strategy that India has not been able to achieve.

The fact that Bumrah has a quick bowling average of 15.33 points makes him a fearsome player in circumstances like these.

By using a reverse inswinger, Bumrah was able to leg before wicket Joe Root during a match that was played against England.