Bumrah hat-trick as India skittle Windies

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India tempo bowler Jasprit Bumrah has accomplished a hat-trick in opposition to West Indies on the second day of the second Check in Jamaica.

Bumrah had left-hander Darren Bravo caught at second slip for 4, earlier than trapping each Shamarh Brooks and Roston Chase lbw for golden geese at Sabina Park in Kingston.

It was simply the third Check hat-trick by an India bowler – after Harbhajan Singh in opposition to Australia in Calcutta in 2001 and Irfan Pathan in opposition to Pakistan in Karachi in 2006.

Bumrah, enjoying his 12th Check, had already dismissed opener John Campbell caught behind for 2 earlier than embarking on his hat-trick in his subsequent over.

Bravo fell to a good looking outswinger that he had little selection however to play, the ball flying to KL Rahul who took a pointy catch.

Brooks was subsequent to go after he was trapped in entrance of center stump and compounded the error by losing a assessment.

Chase, against this, was given not out after being hit on the pad. Nonetheless, India captain Virat Kohli determined to assessment and replays confirmed the ball would have struck leg stump and the choice was overturned.

As Bumrah was mobbed by his group mates, Chase trudged off with West Indies reeling at 4-13 in reply to India’s first innings whole of 416.

Bumrah was not completed as he quickly had opener Kraigg Brathwaite caught-behind for 10, and the house group have been on the ropes at 5-22.

Bumrah had picked up 5 wickets for 10 runs off six overs.

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