Ban of saliva makes it difficult to maintain the brightness of the ball: Bumrah

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Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah told on Saturday that the ban on saliva has paralyzed bowlers as sweat is not effective in flashing the ball.

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England scored 263 for three on the opening day of the first Test cricket match against India on the lifeless pitch of Chepauk Stadium. Captain Joe Root scored a Double century in his 100th Test match. The SG ball began to soften after 40 overs. Bumrah said at the virtual press conference after the first day’s play ended, “The ball started to soften after some time while the wicket was flat and it was not getting the bounce.” You have very few options (to shine the ball). We are trying to find solutions among limited options.

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