India's head bowling coach, Paras Mhambrey is in all praises for pacer Jasprit Bumrah for his spectacular bowling on day 3. On a spin-friendly track, Bumrah has shown how pacers can turn the game as well. With his brilliant bowling, Bumrah dismissed Ben Duckett and Joe Root. Both of them are gifted batters and can change the course of the game at any given point. Duckett's dismissal ball has to be one of the best-bowled balls of the game. Thus, the head coach appreciated Bumrah for bringing in his experience and giving India the needed breakthrough.
At a press conference, Paras said, "Bumrah was bowling very well and was moving the ball both ways. That's the quality he has. He is a special bowler and we have seen what he can do in overseas conditions. He has not played much (Test) cricket in India. Every time he turns up, he gives his best. It's pure skills."
England's batter Ollie Pope is giving a tough fight on behalf of the entire team as he scored 148 runs off 208 balls by the end of day 3. Before the start of the series, Pope had said no matter what the pitch would be, he was ready to give his best. By putting the pressure on the bowlers, Pope has proved himself to be a man of his word.
"He is a part of the discussion when the captain and support staff are around" - Paras Mhambrey on Jasprit Bumrah
Paras Mhambrey, India's head coach, lauded Jasprit Bumrah's energy which he brings into the team and the dressing room. He also gave a green signal to Bumrah's fitness and stated that he is doing well. During the match, he was seen taking some pills but the coach made it clear that those were for cramps and there was nothing to worry about.
The coach said, "The dressing room conversations he has, the energy he brings onto the field…he is a part of the discussion when the captain and support staff are around, he's right there with all suggestions.”