Kapil Dev Believes That Bhuvneshwar Kumar Will Have A Long Career Than Jasprit Bumrah
Former Indian captain Kapil Dev blames Jasprit Bumrah‘s unique bowling action for his injury. Currently, the yorker king is under rehabilitation period after being detected with a minor stress fracture at the lower back.
Bumrah is out of action after the tour in Caribbean land. He has missed the long home series and can be back in action from New Zealand series, scheduled in January next year.
While the other valuable fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has also missed the last two home series because of injury. He is the part of the upcoming West Indies series scheduled from 6th December.
Kapil Dev reveals why Jasprit Bumrah will face more trouble in his cricket career than Bhuvneshwar Kumar
The former Indian allrounder Kapil Dev believes that Bhuvneshwar Kumar will have a long career than Jasprit Bumrah. He also gave the reason for his opinion. Talking to Sportstar, Kapil has expressed that Bumrah uses his arm which invites more injury while the Uttar Pradesh player uses his body which will allow him to play long.
“If your bowling action is technically sound you make a bigger impact. See what happened to (Jasprit) Bumrah, his action attracts injuries. He uses his arm more than the body, so that can be a problem. A bowler like Bhuvneshwar (Kumar) will last longer because he uses his body.”
Jasprit Bumrah, the 25-year old, made the debut in India team in 2016. The gem of the Indian team has picked 103 wickets in 58 ODIs, 51 wickets in 42 T20Is and 62 wickets in 12 Tests. The No.1 ODI bowler is the finding of IPL. He grabbed the eye of everyone through his bowling action and skill. Now, the Mumbai Indians (MI) player plays a central role in the senior team.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the part of the T20I and ODI squad for the upcoming West Indies home series. After the Indian team toured the Caribbean Island in August, he was discovered with an injury. According to reports, he was carrying the injury since 2018 but was not treated properly.
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