Jasprit Bumrah has reached Ahmedabad to watch Mumbai Indians match
Bumrah has not been selected in the team of WTC Final
New Delhi. In the 35th match of IPL 2023, 5-time champions Mumbai Indians are competing with Gujarat Titans, who won the title last time. This match is being played at the world’s largest Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium. In this high-voltage match, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first and Mumbai bowlers did not allow Gujarat Titans to score fast in the first 10 overs. To encourage his team in this match, fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has also reached Narendra Modi Stadium. Sharing Bumrah’s picture on social media, Mumbai Indians wrote, “Boom-boom bumrah.” This picture of Bumrah is going viral.
Jasprit Bumrah has recently undergone back surgery and is now completing his rehabilitation at NCA. For this reason, he is not playing for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2023 and he has also not been selected in the team for the final of the World Test Championship to be held in June. Meanwhile, Bumrah reached Ahmedabad to encourage his team.
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Bumrah has been injured for a long time and for this reason he could not play Asia Cup and T20 World Cup last year. Even after this, he has missed many important series. He played the last international match against Australia in September 2022. It is not clear when he will return after the surgery. The Asia Cup is to be played in September this year and after that the ODI World Cup will be held in India. Now it will be interesting to see whether Bumrah returns till this tournament or not.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : April 25, 2023, 21:11 IST