Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah is out of the game because of injury. He has recovered, and on Tuesday, he was seen in the nets during the practice session. He is helping Team India to prepare for the second ODI against West Indies to be held at Vizag.
India lost the match by eight wickets in Chennai and will definitely try to level it on Wednesday in the three-match series.
On social media, a picture has gone viral of Team India’s practice session in which Jasprit Bumrah is seen with the top order batsman Prithvi Shaw. “Look who is here, “ the BCCI captioned that picture on Twitter.
Before this, the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Mumbai Indians had tweeted the picture by saying: “Rohit, Virat, and Co. have a special net bowler today in Vizag”.
Here are the Tweets:
Look who's here 👀👀 pic.twitter.com/Ex7aknjDBn
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 17, 2019
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) December 17, 2019
Bumrah’s fans didn’t take much time to tweet love and heartwarming messages.
“The Saviour of Indian Cricket @Jaspritbumrah93!!” a user responded to the BCCI’s tweet.
“Hope they don’t rush him too soon! He is such an asset in NZ and T20 WC! And unfortunately, the stakes are so high in IPL the MI will push him to play as many games. Wrap him and keep him safe! A humble request from a fan of Indian Test Cricket,” another one joined in.
The Saviour of Indian Cricket @Jaspritbumrah93 !!
— Hariharan Durairaj (@hari_durairaj) December 17, 2019
Bumrah be like: pic.twitter.com/PCb6o2Crhz
— Vatsal #BleedBlue🇮🇳 (@vatsalpokar) December 17, 2019
Hope they don’t rush him too soon! He is such an assest in NZ and T20 WC! And unfortunately the stakes are so high in IPL the MI will push him to play as many games. Wrap him and keep him safe! A humble request from a fan of Indian Test Cricket
— cricketmaan🙈🙉🙊 (@cricketmaan1) December 17, 2019
— ßαtsy 🏏 (@itsalokj_) December 17, 2019
According to PTI, Bumrah will bowl at the time of net sessions before the second ODI as part of his “rehabilitation program” following his recovery from a back injury.
it is hoped Bumrah will recover before the home series against South Africa, which is early next year.