Irfan Pathan Reveals One Current Indian Fast Bowler He Would Have Loved To Pair With
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Irfan Pathan. Photo Credit: Twitter.

Irfan Pathan Reveals One Current Indian Fast Bowler He Would Have Loved To Pair With

Veteran Indian all-rounder, Irfan Pathan, has named one current Indian fast bowler that he would have loved to bowl alongside with. The Indian fast bowling unit, especially in Test cricket, has gone on to rule the world. The last 2-3 years have seen a rise in quality in the Indian fast bowlers, and they have become the most lethal pace attack in the world.

A glimpse of it was evident during India’s tour of Australia in 2018 when the India National Cricket Team won its maiden Test series in Australia as the Indian bowlers rattled through the Aussie batting line up. Recently, Rahul Dravid went on to say that this is the best fast bowling unit that he has seen in Indian cricket history.

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The Indian pace troika. BCCI Twitter

Now, Irfan Pathan has said that he would have loved to bowl with one of the current Indian pace maestros and it would have been a great experience.

Irfan Pathan Names The Current Indian Pacer He Would Have Loved To Bowl Alongside

In a recent Instagram Live interaction with ESPNCricinfo’s reporter, the 35-year-old said that he would have really enjoyed bowling along with Bumrah.

Irfan Pathan
Irfan Pathan. Credits: Twitter.

The Mumbai Indians pacer has grown into one of the very bests across all formats in the modern era and Irfan was quick to explain why he and Bumrah bowling together would be a highlight.

Jasprit Bumrah Has Been A Blessing In Disguise For India

Jasprit Bumrah has emerged as not only the best Indian pacer but as the world’s best fast bowler in recent times. It is due to his presence that the standard of fast bowling has taken a considerable rise in the last three to four years. The competition has increased a lot, and it is only for the good of Indian cricket.

Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah with Bharat Arun. Credits: BCCI Twitter.

He is the first Asian bowler to take five wickets in a Test inning in South Africa, England and Australia during the same calendar year. He is also tḥe third-highest wicket-taker in test matches in a debut year with 48 wickets in 8 games, and the future only seems bright for the young Indian prodigy.

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