'He is the best bowler in white ball cricket…' Former cricketers praise Jasprit Bumrah

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. The Indian team has won the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy by defeating South Africa in the final. The Indian team did not lose a single match in this tournament. This is India's second victory in the T20 World Cup. Earlier, the team had won the title in the 2007 T20 World Cup. Bumrah had a major contribution in taking India to the final. Meanwhile, former cricketer Mike Vaughan has described him as the greatest bowler of white ball cricket. He has ignored Wasim Akram.

Speaking on a show, Michael Vaughan said, “If you ask me about a good seam bowler, it would probably be Wasim Akram. Along with Wasim Akram, many other bowlers are also special. But I think Jasprit Bumrah has a different ability and speed. He has different skills. He does this in a pressure match, which is a big thing. It is not that he has done this in 1 or 2 matches of the World Cup. He has done this in almost most of the matches.”

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Let us tell you that Bumrah bowled 4 overs in the final and took 2 wickets for 18 runs. Talking about the entire tournament, Bumrah took a total of 15 wickets in 8 matches. He was at number three in terms of taking the most wickets. Jasprit Bumrah has never disappointed Team India. Ever since he came into the team, his performance has been amazing in most of the matches.

After winning the Player of the Series title, Jasprit Bumrah said, “I tried to stay calm throughout the series. I am really very happy, my son is here, the family is here and we are working hard for this, there can be no better feeling than this. We play on a big stage. I was feeling very clear and calm throughout the tournament. Emotions can dominate, but now the job is done. In that over I felt that the length ball was the only option, it was reverse swing and I was happy to do it.”

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