The first half-century of his career, Bumrah was given a “Guard of Honor” by his teammates, a viral video


Bangla Hunt Desk: The first day and night Test between India and Australia is going to start from December 17 in Adelaide. And before going on the field in that Test match, a three-day warm-up match of the Indian A team is going on with the Australian A team. The Indian batsmen did not perform very well in that match. The Indian batsmen were disappointed with the bat.

With the exception of Virat Kohli, the Indian batting collapsed like a house of cards in front of the Australian bowlers. At one stage, India lost 9 wickets for just 119 runs. At that time, two Indian bowlers Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj took the helm of the team. With the help of these two batsmen, India reached a respectable score. Bumrah and Siraj's 71-run partnership helped India reach 194 runs.

Jaspreet Bumrah played a great innings of 55 runs off 57 balls with the bat. And playing this innings, he broke his old record. Bumrah's highest run in first-class cricket so far was 14. On this day, Bumrah broke his old record by scoring his first half-century in first-class cricket.

Bumrah was given a “guard of honor” by his teammates when he returned to the dressing room after playing an unbeaten 55-run innings. India captain Virat Kohli was in the lead. However, Virat Kohli did not play on this day. However, captain Kohli was impressed by Bumrah's performance. That's why Bumrah was given a “guard of honor” by his teammates.