London: Within minutes of India’s 157-run victory in the fourth Test against England at The Oval, former England bowler Chris Tremlett was embroiled in a controversy over off-spinner R Ashwin’s dismissal and said that Ashwin was in Team India. Needless to. Chris Tremlett said, ‘Who needs Ashwin in Jasprit’s time.’
Who needs Ashwin when you have Bumrah. What a bowler and well played India. Serious bowling display
— Chris Tremlett (@ChrisTremlett33) September 6, 2021
The statement of this veteran created a ruckus
Bumrah was in the Indian team. Chris Tremlett tweeted, ‘Who needs Ashwin when he is Bumrah. What a bowler and India played well. Serious bowling performance. Chasing a target of 368, Bumrah and Umesh Yadav helped India bundle out England for 210 runs.
India best team
Another former England player Nick Compton said, ‘Good morning India, great persistence and attitude. I got it wrong. Shame, because I think England had the chance and the potential to get a draw. Former England captain Michael Vaughan described India as a team that plays better under pressure. India beat England 157 to take an unassailable 2-1 lead in the five-match series. Michael Vaughan said that India were the better team at the Oval on Monday. He tweeted, ‘Sometimes you have to accept that a team is better than you when the pressure on India is better when it really matters.’
India got this victory in 50 years
English broadcaster Alan Wilkins noted that India won in the absence of coach Ravi Shastri, who is in isolation due to a Covid positive test, and praised Reem for ‘fearless cricket’. English writer and cricket broadcaster Adam Collins called India’s victory an “enthusiastic comeback from behind a win” and said that Virat Kohli’s team beat England in the 50th year of their first win on English soil.
Shane Warne congratulates
He said, and it is! 50 years after winning at The Oval, their first win in this country, India has done it again. From behind the victory comes a stir. Former Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne congratulated the Indian team for their excellent performance in the last 12 months.