India vs Autralia, 2nd T20: The second match of the three-match T20 International series between India and Australia will be played tomorrow i.e. on 23 September. Let us tell you that after winning the first T20 match, Australia has taken a 1-0 lead in the series. In such a situation, the second T20 match will be a ‘do or die’ match for India. Rohit has made a sudden entry of a dangerous player in Team India just before this match. This player can win the match for India on his own.
Sudden entry of this dangerous player in Team India for second T20
For the second T20 match against Australia, there has been a sudden return of its biggest match winner in Team India, due to which the Australian team is also in panic. This player has the power to turn the whole match on his own. This match winner is none other than Jasprit Bumrah, the master of yorker bowling. Giving a big update on Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness, Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav has said that he is ready to play in the second T20 match.
Big update surfaced
Bumrah was not a part of the playing XI in the opening T20 International against Australia. The team management had decided to give a little more time to this bowler returning from injury. Bumrah has not been a part of the Indian team since the England tour.
In an online press conference ahead of the second T20 International, when Suryakumar was asked about Bumrah’s fitness and plans for Umesh Yadav in the T20 team, he said, “I have no idea about the team’s plan on any player.” This is not my department. Physio and team management can answer this question.
Suryakumar Yadav said, ‘However, the atmosphere in the team is good and all the players are fit and ready for the second match.’ When asked again about Bumrah, he said, “He is all set, nothing to worry about.” In the absence of Bumrah, the Indian team failed to defend the target of 208 runs. Fast bowlers conceded more than 150 runs. Suryakumar defended the bowlers and said, ‘Actually after the last match we did not discuss but there was dew in the ground. You have to give credit to Australia, they played aggressive cricket.