New Delhi: Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan has heaped praise on India pacer Jasprit Bumrah, saying the 28-year-old pacer is the best in all formats in the world. Vaughan’s remarks came after Bumrah took 5/42, his seventh five-wicket haul in Test cricket on his debut in 2018, as he bowled out South Africa for 210 runs to bowl India out for 13 at Newlands. was given an edge.
“Jasprit Bumrah is the best bowler in the world across all formats,” Vaughan tweeted.
Before Vaughan, former South African fast bowler Eric Simmons had praised Bumrah’s bowling. He had said that he is one of the fast bowlers.
Simmons had said that many people do not understand the nuances of cricket, Bumrah when he catches the ball, he realizes the nuances in the match.
“He is one of the fastest bowlers I have come across. When we play against him in the IPL, I try and interact with him. I don’t think players understand the maturity and nuances of cricket like Bumrah,” he said. Huh.”
Bumrah said that he hasn’t done well enough to pick up his five-wicket haul.
“Nothing special out of the ordinary. I was just concentrating on my game which I had to do. I am trying to focus on my routine and procedures,” Bumrah was quoted as saying by the post-day press conference on Wednesday. Which is what I basically do before a test match. We prepare for a test match before we play the match. So, nothing is normal. I was just focused on what to do Is.”
first published:Jan. 13, 2022, 10:42 p.m.