Cape Town: Jasprit Bumrah came up with the goods on the second day of the third and final Test at Newlands as he picked up five wickets to bundle out the hosts and give India a crucial 13-run lead. Bumrah took 5/42, registering his seventh five-wicket haul in Test cricket. While his five wickets could prove to be the gamechanger, in the end, ex-English captain Michael Vaughan hailed the India pacer as the best fast bowler in the world currently.

His praise comes at a time when the world has pacers like James Anderson, Kagiso Rabada, and Trent Boult among others. To be specific, Vaughan mentions that according to him, Bumrah is the best across formats.

Bumrah has been one of the biggest reasons for India’s success in overseas conditions recently.

“Nothing extra special out of the ordinary. I was just focusing on what I had to do. I was trying to focus on my routines and processes, what I do basically before a Test match or whatever has to be done whenever I prepare for a Test match. So, nothing out of the ordinary. I was not giving any extra attention or not really angry. I was just focusing on what I had to do. I was trying to be in the present and focus on what I had to do,” said Bumrah in the post-day press conference.