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 a very calm nature. Both have also spent some time together in the Mumbai Indians camp. But in this match, both the bowlers could not control their emotions and get crowded.
Jasprit Bumrah and Marco Jenson clash
During the second innings of Team India on the third day of the Johannesburg Test today, the audience got to see a little tussle between Jasprit Bumrah and young South African bowler Marco Jansen. This incident happened in the 54th over of the second innings of the Indian team. During this over, Jenson bowled some bouncer balls to Bumrah. Out of this, Bumrah tried to hit a big shot on the leg side of a ball but he could not take it on the bat and the ball hit his body.
After this, the young bowler passed some comments to Bumrah, looking sharply at him, then where Bumrah was also going to keep quiet, he called Jenson back and took his class.
The umpire was seen defending the middle
Both the players came very aggressively close to each other. Understanding the situation, the umpire acted as a middle rescue and separated both the players. Although the fans liked this spirit of both the players very much and people also made many jokes about it on social media.
After this controversy, Bumrah hit a brilliant six in the very next over, taking revenge in the over of Kagiso Rabada. The entire Indian dressing room was thrilled to see this wonderful shot of him. Earlier, on the tour of England also, Bumrah had a similar debate with the players of England. After which the batsmen of England had to face very dangerous bouncer balls. Now it will be very interesting to see here that, after this controversy, how does Bumrah appear in his form on the fourth day of the game.
South African team has moved towards creating history
Shortly before tea on the third day of the second test match, Team India was all out for 266 in their second innings. In this way, South Africa won the match and got a target of 240 runs to level the series. No team has so far successfully chased such a big score in the fourth innings of this ground in Johannesburg. But South Africa’s batsmen have made 118 runs for the loss of 2 wickets till the end of the day’s play.