Jasprit Bumrah Named Captain Of Team India
Jasprit Bumrah Named Captain Of Team India. Jasprit Bumrah was able to get tips on captaincy from his mother Daljit, who told the ICC Review presenter that Bumrah was excited and proud of being named captain.
Ganesan said she was excited and has always been supportive of her son. She told the interviewer, “I’ve seen him keep going along his journey of cricket to get to where he is now.” Upon finding out that he was selected in the World Cup team, she exclaimed with joy. Her advice to him was based on her observation of how football mothers react – she told him to think this way and do it this way.
Former International cricket player, Mahela Jayawardena has given expert insight. His very first thoughts were on how Jasprit Bumrah would lead the team against England. Bumrah was named captain when Rohit Sharma tested positive for Covid. The confirmation took a long time to come. Jayawardena says that he hasn’t been able to show his full potential because the information about him being captain trickled down slowly. Jayawardena also believes that there is still a chance for Bumrah to show his full potential as captain of the team since it took so long to confirm that he would be captain following Rohit’s test results.
Rohit was unable to play in the game because Covid-19 tests required them to limit the time they spent with Rohit and assess his fitness level again in the morning. They didn’t want him to get hurt, but they also wanted to give him every opportunity to come back out on the field.
Ravi Bumrah is proud to have joined the Indian cricket team. He said he’s very happy about it initially, but now that he’s had time to deal with the situation, he said there may be a little bit of nerves.
Mahela Jayawardena, a former cricket player and the coach at IPL side Mumbai Indians, said that Bumrah was always fanatical about playing in Tests.
This conversation has been had before, when Jayawardena and Bumrah played Test cricket with India, and they have been spending more time in the Mumbai team ever since. The more time he spends with them, the more passionate he seems to become about Test cricket. He cares about it a lot.
The fact that he is able to play against bowlers who enjoy the solid form of cricket, is refreshing. He looks forward to each and every test series, because it isn’t something you can often come across. … [The bowler] prioritizes his Test cricket over anything else.
India will play England in the final Test at Birmingham on Friday, 1 July. India needs to win or draw for their first series victory in England since 2007.