The second match of the three-match Test series being played between India and South Africa is being played in Johannesburg. On the third day of the match, India set a target of 240 runs in front of the hosts after being all out for 266 in the second innings. During India’s second innings batting, South Africa’s young bowler clashed with Jasprit Bumrah, in the middle of which the umpire had to come.
The Indian team was all out for 266 runs on the third day in the second innings of the second match against South Africa. After a good start, India suffered continuous setbacks on the third day. India lost the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane then Cheteshwar Pujara first. After Rishabh Pant, R Ashwin, wickets kept falling. During this, there was also a skirmish between Bumrah and Marco Jensen while batting.
Marco in trouble with Bumrah:
Marco was bowling continuously on the body to Bumrah, who came to bat in the 54th over of India’s second innings. After this, he made some gestures with his eyes and then started talking. Seeing him sledging like this, Bumrah also got furious and moved towards him. Marco also walked towards the Indian vice-captain with a smirk and the two got entangled in the middle of the pitch.
Keeping in mind that the matter should not get worse, the umpire immediately reached the middle to rescue. After pacifying both the players, they sent them back to their respective places. Even after this in this over, Bumrah was bowled by the bowler with a fast bouncing ball.
The Indian player fired the bat but the ball could not be contacted. After this, in the next over, Bumrah hit Kagiso Rabada for a strong six. However, he was dismissed after scoring 7 runs.