“2019 Was The Year Of Learning, Hard-Work And Achievement”: Jasprit Bumrah

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On Tuesday Team India pacer, Jasprit Bumrah, stated that the year 2019 was full of “achievements, learning, hard work and making up of some good memories” and that he is looking forward to see what the year 2020 will offer him.

The year 2019 has been full of achievements, learning, hard work and making some good memories, on-field and off- Field too. And on this last day of the year, I am eagerly looking forward to having everything that 2020 will offer!” Indian pacer tweeted.

Team India pacer, Bumrah, has become India’s finest pacer in all the three formats in the year 2019. He played an important role during India’s maiden Test series match win in Australia, and at the time of tour to West Indies, he registered his name as the third Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in red-ball cricket match after the former off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and pacer Irfan Pathan.

Jasprit Bumrah’s Contribution Till Now :

The 26-year-old player has ended the year of 2019 as the number one bowler in ODIs while in Test cricket, he has been placed at the sixth position in the ICC Ranking Board.

The right-arm pacer has represented his team in 12 Tests, 58 ODIs and 42 T20Is in which he has taken 62, 103 and 51 wickets, respectively.

Jasprit Bumrah, who was rested for India’s series against West Indies in July-August due to his stress fracture on his back, will make his comeback in the upcoming three-match T20I match series against Sri Lanka which will begin on January 5 in Guwahati. The Indian pacer has been included in the ODI team for the three-match series against Australia, which is scheduled to take place after the T20Is against Sri Lanka.


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