Jasprit Bumrah is one of the greatest discoveries of the Indian cricket team in the past decade. He is regarded as a lethal death bowling specialist, whose career progressed by bounds and leaps. Overall these years, we have seen emerge him into a world-class bowler, who gives nightmares to the opposition. Jasprit Bumrah was an answer to the prayers of 1.3 billion cricket fanatics who wanted a lethal bowler who can instill fear in the opposition.
Recently, in an exclusive interview with Cricbuzz, Jasprit Bumrah talked about many things. He also opened up about his debut game and the feelings that were going on in his mind.
Recalling the memories of Jasprit Bumrah’s debut match, it was the last moment call for him as Mohammad Shami was ruled out of the time due to an injury. He was followed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar who too got injured in the lead-up to the final ODI in Sydney. Jasprit Bumrah revealed that Ravi Shastri came up to him and asked him to start first for the team. And Jasprit left a mark with his very first performance only and then there was no turning back.
However, a lot was going on in Jasprit’s mind. He revealed that he was nervous before the game started and how MS Dhoni walked to him and gave him a piece of advice that helped him shine in his debut game. Before Jasprit was about to deliver his first over of the International game, MS Dhoni walked to him and suggested the bowler to enjoy his game. He revealed:
“Nobody came up to me, nobody said anything, but MS came up and said just be yourself and enjoy.”
Here, watch the video of Jasprit Bumrah:
"Nobody came up to me Nobody Said Anything , MS Came Up Said Just be Urself and Enjoy "
Bumrah In Recent Interview About His Debut Game !!
— SHARUKH ∇ (@StanMSDhoni) February 22, 2020