Jasprit Bumrah and Marco Jensen clash in 2nd test match between India and South Africa


In the second test match, the atmosphere of the match heats up as Jasprit Bumrah and Marco Jansen fight on the ground.

Both of them have also spent some time together in the Mumbai Indian camp, and they are both quiet in nature.

But in this very important match, both players could not control their emotions and faced each other.

Right before this incident, KL Rahul and Elgar fought on the ground.

Jasprit Bumrah and Marco Jensen collide on the floor

Jasprit Bumrah and young South African bowler Marco Jansen clashed during Team India's second inning on day three of today's Johannesburg test.

Actually, this affair started in the 54th of the Indian team's second inning. During this weekend, Jenson threw some bouncing balls to Bumrah.

At one ball of this, Bumrah tried to hit a big shot in the side of his leg, but the ball hit his body instead of hitting his bat.

After this, the young bowler started looking at the bumrah batsman and was seen saying something, after which Bumrah also got angry and started to walk away from the bowler's side.

Jasprit Bumrah played well in the second test match

However, after that, Bumrah also hit a brilliant six on a Kagiso Rabada pitching pitch in the next over, seeing as the entire Indian locker room was excited.

When both players got closer, their physical condition looked a bit aggressive.

Seeing this, the referee quickly walked over to both of them and separated them from each other.

Fans liked this style from both players and people he also made a lot of jokes about it on social media.

Also before the England tour, Bumrah had a similar discussion with the England players.

After which the England players had to face very dangerous bouncing balls from Bumrah.

Now it will be very interesting to see here, too, how Bumrah appears after this debate.

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