Jasprit Bumrah’s awe-inspiring ‘Match Winning Knock” with the Bat.


Jasprit Bumrah, India’s renowned cricketer has posted a video of batting in a match where his knock has helped Gujarat to beat Goa. Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has been active on Social Media as the country is observing a nationwide lockdown to fight against COVID-19 Pandemic. Jasprit Bumrah has kept his fans highly entertained as the country fights against Coronavirus Pandemic.

In the recent Twitter post, Jasprit Bumrah shared an entertaining video of him batting in a match that took place between Gujarat and Goa back in 2017. Bumrah’s knock has helped his team to win the game. He captioned his tweet by saying, “On popular demand, here’s presenting, Jasprit Bumrah’s knock of 2017!” Earlier in the week, Jasprit and Yuvraj Singh were seen speaking to each other in an Instagram live session.

Bumrah has been one of the main fast bowlers for India in all three formats of the game. Jasprit has led India to hail glorious victory in important matches. Since his debut, Bumrah has proved to be an asset for the Indian team and has troubled many batters from across the globe.

The fast bowler has made his debut for team India in 2016 against Australia in a One day International in Sydney. He was impressive in his debut game and managed to dismiss the legendary batsman Steve Smith and James Faulker in the game. Bumrah has played 64 ODIs for the country and has scalped 104 wickets with an economy rate of 4.55. He is ranked second in the ICC’s ODI rankings with 719 points.

Jasprit Bumrah has a promising career ahead in the cricket fraternity, he has been featured in 50 T20Is for the country and has picked 59 wickets with an economy rate of 6.66. Bumrah has played 14 test matches for tam India and has bagged 68 wickets with an economy rate of 2.69. He is currently at seventh spot in the ICC rankings for bowlers. The fast bowler is also a regular player in the Mumbai Indians team in the IPL league.


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