Yuvraj Singh’s 36-run innings against Stuart Broad inspired Virender Sehwag to create a humorous meme from the Bollywood film “Dhamaal,” which was in reference to the innings. On Day 2 of the ongoing fifth Test between India and England at Edgbaston in Birmingham, stand-in India skipper Jasprit Bumrah, known for his bowling prowess, played counterattacking innings. When Jasprit Bumrah scored 29 runs off Stuart Broad’s over, which ultimately produced 35 runs, including six additional runs, he beat the record held by legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara for the most runs scored in an over in Test cricket. Former Indian hitter Virender Sehwag commented on Jasprit Bumrah’s performance against Broad during the first session of Day 2 on Twitter.
So In an amusing nod to Broad’s 36-run over against Yuvraj Singh at the 2007 World T20, Sehwag shared a joke from the hit Bollywood film “Dhamaal.”
I don’t know how I always end up in such perilous situations, the meme’s caption read, “Pata Nahi, Aisi dangerous situations me main automatically kaise aage aa jata hoon.”
Tweet of Virender Sehwag on Jasprit Bumrah
Stuart Broad after facing the assault from Bumrah- 35 in an over.. haha pic.twitter.com/68kQft72SM
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) July 2, 2022
As India went on to reach a total of 416 in the first innings, Jasprit Bumrah remained unbeaten at 31.
Earlier, centuries by Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja helped India escape a precarious situation.
India was 98 for five at one point before Pant and Jadeja combined to put India in control with 222 runs.
James Anderson collected his 32nd five-for for England, and Matthew Potts also claimed two wickets.
England responded with a score of 60 for three before early Tea on Day 2 was forced by rain.
So Unbeaten batsmen Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow with scores of 19 and 6, respectively.
To get rid of Ollie Pope, Zak Crawley, and Alex Lees, Jasprit Bumrah took all three of their wickets.
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