Jasprit Bumrah Praises Youngster Emulating His Bowling Action

Jasprit Bumrah (Credits: PTI)

Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah is undoubtedly one of the most feared bowlers in world cricket. The 26-year old made his debut for India in 2016 and made huge strides in his career within very short time.

Having made his debut in IPL for Mumbai Indians in 2013, Bumrah gained attention for his raw pace and different bowling action. He was able to make batsmen find it tough to understand his action.

Slowly but surely he has gained popularity amongst fans with his performances. Ever since his success in international cricket, many analysts tried to understand how he generates such rapid pace.

On the other hand, there are fans who tried to emulate his action but found it difficult. But recently there is a video circulating on social media. In this, a young kid managed to emulate Bumrah’s action and earned plaudits from netizens.

Shortly after, Bumrah took notice of the video and applauded the youngster and encouraged him for success. Here is the video

Jasprit Bumrah Key For Mumbai Indians

Ever since his debut in 2013, Bumrah was central to Mumbai Indians success. He won four titles with the team and was instrumental in their 1 run win over Chennai Super Kings last year.

Jasprit Bumrah (Credits: Twitter)

However, with IPL being moved to UAE, Mumbai Indians’ fans will hope Bumrah to be at his best once again. Under the mentorship of Lasith Malinga, Bumrah has learnt the art of toe crushing yorkers.

He also mixes them up with his variations. This maturity at such an young age made him the world’s best bowler in T20 format. Although, Bumrah made his comeback for India against New Zealand in February, he was still not up to the mark.

Of course this can be attributed to the long rest he had due to injuries in the last 12 months. However, he is rearing to don Mumbai Indians jersey in UAE and help his side win a record fifth IPL title this season.

Indian Premier League will kick start its 13th edition next month in United Arab Emirates. The mega event will begin on September 18 and the final is scheduled on November 10.


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