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Virat Kohli Shows Aggression After Bumrah’s Verbal Banter With Buttler
By CricShots - Aug 16, 2021 5:31 pm
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From being a gentleman’s game, the ongoing clash between India and England at the Lord’s has got everyone riled up. What started with the banter between James Anderson and Jasprit Bumrah on the third day’s play has boiled down to many verbal fights on the pitch. Bumrah was seen getting engaged in another banter with Jos Buttler and the Indian skipper, Virat Kohli was seen riled up after the incident.

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Jasprit Bumrah and Jos Buttler engaged in banter

Day 4 also saw Anderson and Indian skipper Virat Kohli indulge in a verbal fight. The stump mic caught Kohli telling Anderson, “You are swearing at me? Like you did to Bumrah?. This isn’t your f**king backyard” Anderson must have said something more which was inaudible and Kohlu was heard saying, “Yeah yeah yeah, Chirp chirp chirp”.

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Now amid all this drama, another incident took place after the end of the 91 over and Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, and Jos Buttler along with the umpires were seen in a heated argument. The stump mic again caught Bumrah telling the Buttler, “I was not the one who was complaining to bowl slow man”.

Many believe, the fight began after some words were exchanged between Bumrah and Mark Wood. However, the umpires were seen immediately come to the rescue. 

Many believe, the fight began after some words were exchanged between Bumrah and Mark Wood. However, the umpires stopped Bumrah on the way.

Soon after the talks, Jasprit Bumrah replies with a cracking boundary through the cover-point. Bumrah was even seen getting hit on the head by Mark Wood’s delivery.

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The ball banged in short and Bumrah missed the pull. The ball hit on the part covering the right ear and soon physio was out to check on him. As for the clash, India has scored more than 250 runs and have taken 200+ runs lead. The tail is adding some crucial runs after India lost eight wickets. 

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