‘Bowling 23 overs in an entire game isn’t tiring’: Gavaskar questions India’s move to rest Bumrah for 4th Test

With the series still on the line, Team India took a gutsy call of resting strike bowler and vice-captain Jasprit Bumrah, the then leading wicket-taker in the series during the fourth Test against England in Ranchi. After the first two days, the fans, the experts and everyone was worried if the move could have backfired with India seven wickets down and the deficit still stood at 134. However, the comeback from the Indian team led by Dhruv Jurel with the bat first and then the spinners in the third innings ensured that India took a 3-1 lead with a game to go.

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