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Ashish Nehra lauds Jasprit Bumrah’s heroics in Nottingham Test

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Former India pacer Ashish Nehra has lauded Jasprit Bumrah for his outstanding bowling show in the first Test against England that ended in a draw on Sunday.

Nehra says he never doubted Jasprit Bumrah’s skills, despite the fact that the latter couldn’t impress in WTC Final against New Zealand.

Ashish Nehra said on Sony Sports Network

“There was some criticism of Jasprit Bumrah, that he is not looking in good form. But I never felt like that. I was never worried and I never felt that we should discuss that his bowling is not going well. It was a matter of time. Once you get two-three wickets, you will see the same Jasprit Bumrah. He showed once again what he is known for.”

The former Indian pacer highlighted that it was natural for Jasprit Bumrah to take some time to be back at his potent best under the prevailing circumstances.

If you see the last one to one-and-a-half years. There have been a lot of problems in the world. It has been a start-stop for the players, The bubble is not easy for any player, whether it is a batsman or a bowler. And fast-bowling is a thing where you need a little more time to get your rhythm, Nehra.

“The sort of bowler Jasprit Bumrah is, you will see more five-wicket hauls from him in this series. Forget the numbers, it can be four, six, or three. Once again, his bowling was praiseworthy and the best thing about him is that he knows very well when to put in the extra effort in Test cricket,Nehra said.

Read more:ICC Player Of The Month Awards For July 2021


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