His E/R for the match was 3.1 which is OK for a strike bowler. He took 7 out of the 20 wickets on offer. Take him out of the match and the result wouldn't have been anywhere near as emphatic.7 wickets in the tour match which he just wrapped up with 2 in 2 balls. Bowled economical and accurate spells, bowled lethal wicket-taking spells on a road, got top order batters out, mowed down tail-enders. I reckon he's raring to go for the final couple of Tests.
And in case someone wants to mention that he went for 3.66 RPO in the second innings - I don't care what your economy rate is if you take 4-39.