Bumrah thanks Kohli for trusting him

Indian right arm fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah thanked the Indian skipper Virat Kohli for showing trust on him whatever the match situation is.

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Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has turned out to be the big thing in World Cricket at the moment. His presence makes a huge difference in the Indian bowling attack and he has turned out to be the supreme player for men in blue in the last couple of years.

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Specialty in the death overs, Jasprit Bumrah is a master now. In India’s last game against Afghanistan too, Bumrah was the key for India in death overs and that led to a victory for India defending only 225 runs. At the end of the game, the pacer thanked the Indian skipper for showing trust on him.

“That gives you a lot of confidence if the captain has so much of trust in you, that gives you a lot of confidence to trust yourself and clear head in terms of how I want to execute. We saw that wicket was getting slower and slower with the older ball, you need to be more accurate and bowl stump to stump. This is a big ground and there was reverse swing, but you need to rely on your yorkers as well and play according to the situation,” Bumrah said.

Jasprit Bumrah admitted that Afghanistan posed a great challenge and he backed his skills which proved vital for India at the death overs. He also said that they have a healthy competition among the bowlers and discuss the plans and how to go about in the next matches.

“It was a tight game and I backed my skills. Sometimes when you run behind wickets, you don’t get wickets. We wanted to create pressure and take the run rate high. As soon as the required rate gets high, you get wickets. Gives us healthy competition in the side and we (bowlers) all discuss as what to do and how things are going. It’s a good sign when everyone is chipping in with the wickets,” he concluded.

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