Bumrah’s shoulder scans report revealed

Mumbai Indians’ pacer Jasprit Bumrah injured his shoulder while bowling the last ball of the innings during their opening game against Delhi Capitals.

Every Indian fans’ heart was on their mouth after Jasprit Bumrah fell off hurting his shoulders in the opening game of Mumbai Indians.

However, a BCCI official has confirmed on Monday that there were no major concerns since the scans have come clear.

India relies heavily on Bumrah, who has earned the reputation of being the world’s best bowler in death overs. a BCCI official told PTI on the condition of anonymity that Bumrah’s injury was not serious.

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“Bumrah had some shoulder scans done in the morning and BCCI was kept in the loop. His scan reports were okay. The tests that were done were all those recommended by the BCCI,” he said.

The fast bowler is also likely to play in the second game and he has left for Bengaluru separately as his reports came late.

“Since the reports came late and the team has already left, he is travelling separately,” the official said.

Mumbai Indians will play their second game against Royal Challengers Bangalore on March 28.

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