Jarvo, who is making headlines for all the wrong reasons, is from England but he is a big fan of the Indian team. He made headlines for the first time on the second day of the fourth Test when he went out to field at The Oval wearing the Indian Test jersey. His name ‘Jarvo 69’ was also written on that jersey.
When Jarvoo went to the ground for the first time, he ran towards Jonny Bairstow standing at the non-striker’s end, but by then security had caught him and thrown him out of the field. Now that India have won the fourth Test by 157 runs, Jarvoo has written a Facebook post for Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah.
Jarvo thanked Bumrah as Bumrah dismissed Bairstow for 0. Bairstow was furious at Jarvoo, so Jarvoo was delighted when Bairstow was dismissed for 0.
Jarvo wrote on Facebook, “I want to thank Jasprit Bumrah. Bumrah dismissed Jonny Bairstow for 0. This Jonny Bairstow scolded me that day.”
Let us tell you that on the fifth day of the fourth Test on Monday, India’s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah praised Virat Kohli and said that on a pitch where fast bowlers get no support, to put pressure on the England batsmen and make them make mistakes. Forcing was important.
Bumrah went to the captain just after lunch and asked him to bowl, to which the Indian bowler said, “Building pressure is very important. We thought it was an important phase. So I went to Kohli and said we should be under pressure. We should start making it. So that was the intention behind it.”