Jasprit Bumrah, on Saturday, once again impressed with the ball to leave West Indies on the floor in the second Test. The right-arm pacer was on fire as he became just the third Indian to pick up a Test hat-trick. Prior to Jasprit Bumrah, Irfan Pathan and Harbhajan Singh had taken Test hat-tricks for India. At the end of the day, Bumrah’s spell read a sensational 6 for just 16 from 9.1 overs.

The India pace spearhead once again left West Indies clueless with his pace, control and movement in the air. The West Indies players, in fact, just looked clueless while facing Jasprit Bumrah. The pacer sent back Darren Bravo, Shamarh Brooks and Roston Chase to claim his hat-trick on day two.

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He first made Bravo edge one to the slips before Brooks was leg-before. It then required a television review from India captain Virat Kohli to confirm Chase’s dismissal after on-field umpire Paul Reiffel had turned down the lbw appeal.

Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah (Credits: Twitter)

Before his hat-trick, Bumrah had already dismissed John Campbell, Kraigg Brathwaite and West Indies captain Jasprit Bumrah.  Any hope of Bumrah taking all ten wickets in the innings had ended when Mohammed Shami dismissed Shimron Hetmyer.

Earlier on the day, Hanuma Vihari had earlier completed his maiden Test hundred to help India cross the 400-run mark. Vihari was the last Indian wicket to fall. Prior to his dismissal, he faced 225 deliveries in which he hit 16 boundaries. Ishant Sharma gave him good support by scoring his maiden fifty and adding 112 runs for the eighth wicket.

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Meanwhile, the cricketing world was all praise for Jasprit Bumrah for his fiery spell. Starting from cricketers to fans, everyone lavished praise on the India star for his performance.

Here is how Twitter reacted to Jasprit Bumrah’s spell: