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Bumrah finds similarities in his life with Ibrahimovic


Zlatan Ibrahimovic was once viewed as the most underrated footballer by football lovers. But the Sweden star has hit the football world by proving everyone wrong. The opposition was in awe when they heard the name of Ibrahimovic La Liga, Serie A and the French League.

Bumrah finds similarities in his life with Ibrahimovic

Indian paceman Jasprit Bumrah has found many similarities in his life with this rise. Recently he has come to Instagram live with the captain [Rohit Sharma] of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team Mumbai Indians and said this.

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At this time Rohit’s question, “Tell everyone, why do you like Ibra so much?” Bumrah answers,

“I find many similarities in my life with him. Once upon a time the football world did not notice Zlatan in that way. He turned himself into a devastating striker and shocked everyone. Without him, no one could not think of the first eleven.”

He also said, “My evolution is a lot like that. In the beginning, the cricket world also took me lightly. But I have proven everyone wrong. Still trying.”

Jasprit Bumrah is the number one bowler in the ODI ranking right now. But he initially caught the eye of Mumbai Indians as a net bowler. However, he hit for three fours in the IPL debut against Virat Kohli. The Indian pacer, however, has made a terrible rise since then.

Bumrah acknowledged Lasith Malinga’s contribution to the change. He said, “In the beginning, he taught me to give a yorker. I got a bigger education than that.” Rohit’s question, “What was that education?” Bumrah said, “Previously I had lost my temper easily. Malinga repeatedly advised me to keep my head cool. After that I started to improve.”

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