‘There is God for me…’ Jasprit Bumrah betrayed the Indian team, publicly told these Pakistani players as his idol

Jasprit Bumrah: A 5-match test series is being played between India and England. England had won the first match of this series while the Indian team had won the second match. In the second match, the most lethal bowler of the Indian team, Jasprit Bumrah, has performed the best and that is why he has been given the Man of the Match award.

Let us tell you that Jasprit Bumrah has taken 9 wickets in the second match. After which the veteran bowler is being discussed extensively on social media. However, when Bumrah was awarded the Man of the Match award after taking 9 wickets, then while talking, he said something which is causing controversy.

Learned yorker from these Pakistani bowlers

Jasprit Bumrah stunned the English batsmen with his deadly yorker in the second match against England. After which, when he was asked a question, he said that as a young bowler, he had learned the yorker from Pakistan’s great fast bowler Waqar Younis and Wasim, who is called the Sultan of Yorkers. Not only this, he also took the name of former Indian bowler Zaheer Khan.

Jasprit Bumrah told that he has learned yorker from these three legendary bowlers. However, after this statement of Bumrah, there is controversy on social media. Actually, fans are angry with Jasprit Bumrah’s statement of giving credit to Pakistani bowlers.

Jasprit Bumrah’s international career is like this

Jasprit Bumrah is counted among the most lethal bowlers of India. He has played a total of 34 Test matches for India, taking 155 wickets in 65 innings while bowling at an economy rate of 2.71.

In ODI, Bumrah has played a total of 89 matches and has taken 149 wickets in 88 innings while bowling at an economy rate of 4.59. Whereas in T-20 International, Jasprit Bumrah has played a total of 62 matches and has taken 74 wickets in 61 innings while bowling at an economy rate of 6.55.

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