Bumrah only managed one wicket in two games and was awarded for 73 and in the first and second game, respectively. 79 barrels buckled.
Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has continued in ODI cricket in India’s running series against Australia, and his frustration showed in Sunday’s second game at Sydney Cricket Ground. A picture of Bumrah kicking the markings for the 30 yard circle during the field game has gone viral on Twitter.
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Cricket journalist Bharat Sundaresan, who tweeted the picture, wrote that it was the second marker he threw away. Bumrah only managed one wicket in two games and was awarded 73 and 73 respectively in the first and second games. 79 barrels buckled.
A very frustrated Jasprit Bumrah has now thrown away two of the 30 yard field markers in great fear. Not looking good this #ausvind @cricbuzz picture. Twitter. com / ZbPSJEYJSe
In both games, Bumrah’s opening spells were pretty easy to negotiate. The Aussies neither went after him nor opened any gates. They played him out – Bumrah’s opening spells were 4-0-23-0 in the first game and 2-0-9-0 in the second game. India captain Virat Kohli had said in the first game that the « team’s body language was not very good after the first 25 overs ». . After the second, he asked more of his bowlers, with India taking record sums to Australia in both games.
« I think we weren’t that effective with the ball. We just haven’t reached the areas that we consistently wanted to reach. And they have a pretty strong batting team and they understand those conditions and pitches and the angles on the field well, « Kohli said after the second game.
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