Former West Indies bowler Michael Holding has now called the loss of Jaspreet Bumrah the strength of his weird in world cricket – poor bowling action and dodging batsmen with speed. Holding the bowling with West Indies veterans Malcolm Marshall, Joel Garner and Andy Roberts, Bumrah’s specialty is that his main weapon is to quickly hit the ball on the pitch with a short runup.
Holding the 68-year-old at the Sony Ten Pit Stop program, “Bumrah bangs the ball fast on the pitch.” With small runups this makes them special. Which makes it difficult for batsmen to read their ball. “
He said that it has its advantages but also its disadvantages. He said, “I have told him my problem with Bumrah. I last saw him in England. How long will he be able to continue with such a small runup and so hard work. His body is also of human beings, he is not a machine. “
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Significantly, this strength of Bumrah can also prove to be a weakness for him. Because recently Bumrah remained out of the ground for four months due to a lower back strain fracture. He returned in January this year. Holding said that Bumrah and Mohammed Shami are special fast bowlers of India and this is not due to ‘just the speed of the ball’.
He said, “It is important to have momentum but it is effective only when it is controlled and both of them are in control.” Shami is not very tall, he is not very agile but he throws fast balls. He has control and also swings the ball a little bit. “
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Let us know that fast bowlers Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammed Shami remain important part of the team for India at this time. Together these two have created a lot of panic on the foreign land for Team India. Due to which the bowling of Team India is widely appreciated at this time. Shami has played 49 Tests, 77 ODIs and 11 T20s for India, while Bumrah has played 14 Tests, 64 ODIs and 50 T20s.
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