Match Tied (Royal Challengers Bangalore win one-over eliminator)
Jasprit Bumrah made his Test debut just last year in South Africa but he has since then graduated to the No. 3 position in the bowling rankings. While initially seen as a limited-overs specialist, Bumrah has shattered the idea of him being a one-trick pony with splendid performances in the longest format.
He recently created history by becoming the second Indian bowler to register a Test hat-trick in the game against West Indies. Unleashing destruction regularly with both the new and the old ball, Bumrah has mentioned that representing India in all forms of the game was his lifelong dream and in fact, he is more proud of his achievements thus far in Test cricket.
"For me, Test cricket was very important and I always wanted to play Test cricket and didn't want to be a cricketer who has played (only) T20s and ODIs. I gave a lot of importance to Test cricket...I always wanted to make a mark in Test cricket," Bumrah said.