Fans Are Trolling Jasprit Bumrah For His ‘Unique’ Practice Session In The Nets

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Fans Are Trolling Jasprit Bumrah For His ‘Unique’ Practice Session In The Nets: The Indian cricket team is sweating it out at Trent Bridge in Nottingham ahead of the start of the first Test of their five-match Test series against England, which will kickstart from August 4. Preparations of both the teams are in the final stages for the much-awaited five matches Test series. This series is going to be one of India’s biggest tests in their new World Test Championship (WTC) campaign.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been keeping the fans updated with the training pictures of the Indian cricketers from Nottingham. Recently, they shared a picture of India’s sensational bowler Jasprit Bumrah bowling in the nets.

However, in the picture shared by the BCCI, Jasprit can be seen bowling with his pads on. Sharing the picture, BCCI revealed that the cricketer is having a really busy session in the nets. BCCI wrote:

He is having a really busy session in the nets”

Here, check out the post:

The tweet went viral in no time and was flooded with reactions from the netizens on this. The post left the fans perplexed as they wondered why Bumrah didn’t take his pads off. There were many who started trolling Bumrah for his poor performances lately and for his unique practice session in the nets.

Here, check out the reactions of twitterati on this:


However, there were many who came out in support of the bowler and fans cheered for him as they wished for his quick return to form. Here, check out the reactions of his fans:

Jasprit Bumrah has been struggling with his form over the last few matches for team India. Infact in the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand, Bumrah went wicketless as team India lost the clash by eight wickets. He will be hoping to bounce back into the form in the upcoming England series.

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