Jasprit Bumrah was on fire in the first ODI between England and India

The Ahmedabad-born quick’s stunning display in the British capital was the best by an Indian fast bowler on English soil

As he wreaked havoc among the English batters, former England captain Nasser Hussain declared Jasprit Bumrah the “best all-format bowler in the world”

However, Jasprit Bumrah downplayed Nasser Hussain’s remarks as he claimed that praise and criticism were part and parcel of a professional athlete’s career

Subsequently, India legend Sachin Tendulkar, current England skipper Jos Buttler and Michael Vaughan all agreed with Nasser Hussain’s comments

Jasprit Bumrah’s unexpected response came after Nasser Hussain heaped rich praises on him after the India pacer took six English wickets at The Oval

The Mumbai Indians fast bowler then got rid of the dangerous Joe Root and the swashbuckling Jonny Bairstow for zero and seven respectively

Joe Root in particular had no clue whatsoever as the ball jumped from a good length area before taking an outside edge of his bat