Jasprit Bumrah has lauded a young kid on the roadside emulating his action even saying that he has a bright future in prospect.
Jasprit Bumrah, who debuted for Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians way back in 2013, has one of the trickiest action in cricket at present. He first gained the attention of the cricket fanatics due to his slinging actions despite being questioned by many whether he could last long. But he has come a long way and has also risen in status by heading India’s pace attack across the three formats.
Jasprit Bumrah Ready To Resume Action For Mumbai Indians In IPL 2020
Jasprit Bumrah is all ready to resume action for Mumbai Indians in the 13th edition of IPL to be held in the United Arab Emirates starting from September 19.
The 26-year-old Jasprit Bumrah was last seen in action in the bilateral series against hosts New Zealand in February 2020 where he was not up to his best, but will certainly try to make amends by contributing to the success of Mumbai Indians by reestablishing his lost form.
Jasprit Bumrah has already taken 62 test wickets in only 12 tests averaging miserly only 20.63 whereas he has taken 104 one day wickets in 58 one-dayers averaging only 104. In T20Is also he averages only 20.11 with 59 wickets to his name in 49 T20Is.
Jasprit Bumrah Tweets That Future Looks Bright For Kid Nearly Flawlessly Imitating His Bowling Action
Many videos have surfaced on the internet showing kids trying executing Jasprit Bumrah’s actions which is one of the most difficult to copy. The run-up, jump or high-arm action while releasing the ball is extremely challenging but the child on the roadside nearly flawlessly imitated the same which prompted a passerby to stop and take notice by videoing it which became viral on social media.
Jasprit Bumrah saw the video and advised the little star to continue working as his future looked bright.
“The future looks bright, little one! Keep at it,” Bumrah tweeted.
The future looks bright, little one! Keep at it 💪🏼 https://t.co/1xdtn1E77F
— Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) August 12, 2020
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The awkward action of Bumrah was imitated by a child from New Zealand as well during India’s last bilateral series during February 2020 as it is increasingly difficult for batsmen to cope up with his action coupled with extra pace and bounce.
He, slowly and steadily, have added more arsenal to his bowling and has become a force to reckon with for India by leading their pace attack. However, his action continues to inspire young kids across the globe.