Jasprit Bumrah brilliantly set up the wicket of Rory Burns with a model for bowling over the wicket to the left-hander in the first over of England’s series with India. As elucidated by Kumar Sangakkara on Sky Sports, the India paceman sent down four tempting, full-ish deliveries that shaped away from Burns, bringing his front foot further across the wicket.
With Burns right where he wanted him, Bumrah then delivered the quick, surprise inswinger to pin the Surrey opener on the pad, dead in front of middle stump. It was the sort of over we have grown used to watching Jimmy Anderson bowl, produced on this occasion by the hugely impressive Bumrah, who begins a significant series in England as his sparkling career develops.
Sangakara analysis on Bumrah Setup â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/HWjY4RCzjw
— Umar (@YyoungDesi7) August 4, 2021