Sachin Tendulkar stunned with Bumrah's freak show against Stuart Broad, reacts to India captain's carnage on Twitter

Jasprit Bumrah smashed Stuart Broad for 29 runs, with the over fetching 35 runs including extras which is now a world record in the longest format of the game.

The cricketing world was taken by storm as Indian captain Jasprit Bumrah came out with the bat,

swinging for the fences, and scored 31* off 16 balls, after having come in at number 10. This included a mammoth 35-run over off Stuart Broad,

the most runs taken from a single over in any Test match, and included a no-ball which went for six and a bouncer which went for 5 wides.

Bumrah, in his first-ever professional match as captain, walked in when Mohammed Shami was dismissed early in the morning

He would have been expected to let Ravindra Jadeja retain the strike, but after Jadeja was dismissed soon after his century,

Bumrah decided to go all-action and take the attack to England bowlers.

Sachin shared a photo of Bumrah swinging his bat at a bouncer, eyes closed and with a grin on his face.

In the caption, Sachin writes “Kya yeh Yuvi hai ya Bumrah?! 2007 ki yaad dila di (Is this Yuvraj or Bumrah? Reminded me of 2007).”