African pacer clashed with Jasprit Bumrah on the field: VIDEO

IND vs SA 2021-22: In the second session of the third day of the second Test match between India and South Africa (IND vs SA) in Johannesburg, the atmosphere got heated at that time. When Team India’s legendary bowler Jasprit Bumrah and South Africa’s young bowler Marco Jansen got into a crowd. Both the players are considered to be of very calm nature. Both have also spent some time together in the Mumbai Indians camp. But in this very important match, both the bowlers could not control their emotions and clashed with each other.

Bumrah and Marco Jensen clash

Jasprit Bumrah and young South African bowler Marco Jansen clashed during Team India’s second innings on the third day of the Johannesburg Test today. Actually, this matter started in the 54th over of the second innings of the Indian team. During this over, Jenson bowled some bouncer balls to Bumrah.

One ball from this, Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) tried to hit a big shot on the leg side but the ball hit his body instead of hitting his bat. After this the young bowler started staring at the batsman Bumrah and was seen saying something, after which Bumrah also got angry and started going from the bowler’s side.

Umpire intervened

When both the players came close to each other, their physical condition was looking a bit aggressive. Seeing this, the umpire quickly came to both of them and separated them from each other. Fans liked this style of both the players and people also made many jokes about it on social media.

However, after that Bumrah also hit a brilliant six off a shot pitch ball of Kagiso Rabada in the very next over, seeing which the entire Indian dressing room was thrilled. Earlier on the tour of England also, Bumrah had a similar debate with the players of England. After which the players of England had to face very dangerous bouncer balls. Now it will be very interesting to see here also, how Bumrah appears after this debate.

South Africa need 240 runs to win

Jasprit Bumrah

Shortly before tea on the third day of the second test match, Team India’s second innings ended on 266 runs. In this way, South Africa got a target of 240 runs to win the match. No team has successfully chased such a big score in the fourth innings in Johannesburg till date. In such a situation, both the South African opener batsmen, Aiden Markram and captain Dean Elgar, both batsmen faced the batsmen like Bumrah and Shami. And by the time it was tea, 34 runs were scored without any loss.