Jasprit became India’s most valuable player after discovering to be the best at death overs’ bowling. He managed to play in the Indian Premier League, where he has perfected his bowling technique. Over the years, he has grown to be the most valuable asset for Mumbai Indians in the limited-overs formation. His consistency has made him a thorn in the flesh for the other batsmen at Ranji level.
Basic Information About the Player
Full Name: Jasprit Bumrah
Place of Birth: Ahmedabad
Date of Birth: 06th December 1993
Age: 27 years
Bat Style: Right-handed bat
Bowl Style: Right-arm fast
- Mumbai Indians
- West Zone
- India A
- India Green
There was an inevitable call that made him travel to Australia with the Indian team. During the time, he had to replace Mohammad Shami, who was on an injury break. He managed to make his debut in the dead rubber, which took place at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Since then, he has been delivering the best performance, which has made him an irreplaceable player for his couch and Captain. In addition, he has been holding his nerve, which made him become MS Dhoni’s partner in bowling.
In 2017, his performance was commendable for a bowler his age in India’s following world events. During the match, he took four wickets in just five matches, but he conceded at an economy rate where he got just five runs. This performance was quite impressive for any death-over expert. From 2014 to 2015, he suffered an injury that kept him from playing for quite some time. After healing, he made his return and played as if he was never injured.
From 2016 to 2017, he showed ability and appetite for red-ball cricket while bowling for Gujarat when playing for the Ranji trophy. Unfortunately for him, the Kookaburra ball had its challenges. On the other hand, in January 2018, he was given an elusive Test cap in South Africa. During the test, he displayed incredible abilities together with unpredictable scrambled seamers.
By 2017, Bumrah had managed to establish his career as the best team’s bowler, which he achieved ahead of Malinga. Gujarat gave him the responsibility of a super over. To respond to the call, he defended the team with 12 runs in a match that was against Brendon McCullum and Finch. In 2019, he managed to be on the list of India’s team, which was going to play in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. The ICC named him among the five exciting cricket talents
Last Match Played
Among the last matches he played include; India vs. New Zealand, which was played On 18th June 2021 in Southampton. New Zealand won the game with eight wickets. Another match played recently is a match of India vs. Australia played on 2nd December 2020 at Canberra. India won the match by 13 runs. The recent final match played is India vs. New Zealand, which was played at Mount Maunganui on 2nd February 2020.