Sanjay Manjrekar took to Twitter to remark on Jasprit Bumrah's Super Over in the third T20 International among India and New Zealand in Hamilton on Wednesday. Bumrah, who is viewed as probably the best bowler in the demise with his varieties and hazardous yorkers, end up being inadequate blowing away the Super as Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill tonked him around the recreation center, scoring 17 runs off his six conveyances.
"Watched that too over from Bumrah. He is such a marvelous bowler yet he could utilize the wrinkle somewhat more to make distinctive conveyance points," Manjrekar tweeted on Thursday.
Watched that too over from Bumrah. He is such a fantastic bowler however he could utilize the wrinkle somewhat more to make diverse conveyance points. #INDvsNZ
Twitter clients rushed to jump on the previous India batsman, peppering him with images and savage remarks as they went to the resistance of the much-cherished pacer.
"Stop it, you were a normal player," one client tweeted.
"Sanjay Manjjrekar of 2019 is back at 2020. Why Sanjay? I think getting mass maltreatment is your obsession," tweeted another.
India, be that as it may, proceeded to prevail upon the Super challenge, with Rohit Sharma's twin sixes off the last two conveyances from Tim Southee overseeing the group.
Be that as it may, paying little mind to the result, Bumrah would not be best satisfied with his exhibition in the match and in reality the Super Over. After India scored 179 batting first, Kane Williamson practically without any help dominated the game for New Zealand. The Kiwis commander scored 95 off 48 conveyances in an unstable innings bound with eight fours and six sixes.
Bumrah, who has still not discovered his best structure since coming back from back damage not long ago, was a long way from his stingy self as he spilled runs in his four overs. The pacer was India's most costly bowler, parting with 45 runs at an economy pace of 11.25. Just Shivam Dube, who dumbfounded only a solitary, had a more terrible economy rate for India.
Williamson benefited as much as possible from Bumrah not being at his best, crushing him for three back to back limits in his last finished.
Be that as it may, the New Zealand captain lost his wicket in the last over to Mohammed Shami, leaving New Zealand with two rushes to win from three balls. In any case, Shami bowled superbly to compel a tie and the Super Over.
India figured out how to dominate the game in the Super Over to seal their first ever T20I arrangement win in New Zealand.