For Babar Azam, Jasprit Bumrah is not likely to do better than Naseem Shah in…. | Cricket News – Times of India

For Babar Azam, Jasprit Bumrah is not likely to do better than Naseem Shah in.... | Cricket News - Times of India

Jaspreet Bumrah Since bowling his toe-crushing yorkers, unconventional hard-arm action for Mumbai Indians, he hasn’t looked back. He has become the leader of India’s battery of fast bowlers, which has been talked about as one of the best in the world over the past five years. But when Babur Azam Asked a mock question on the podcast, he said he would not prefer to have Bumrah in his last T20I as captain.
Babar has recently been redeployed. Pakistanreplacing Shaheen Shah Afridi as the white-ball captain, after he led the team in just one T20I series.

Speaking on a podcast, Babar was given an on-field situation as captain and asked which bowler he would trust to bowl the decisive last over in a T20 match. He was given two names.

“One over, T20 match, you have to win the match, you have two options to defend 10 runs, who will you bowl the last over, Naseem Shah Or Jasprit Bumrah?”
The 29-year-old Pakistan captain had no hesitation in deciding, and replied, “Naseem Shah”.

“First of all, I felt very happy for Naseem, the way he came back to cricket after the injury, the way he recovered,” Babar said.
Azam added, “The skills he has, you don’t often get talent like him in Pakistan. There are others, like Shaheen, he has his own class, he is experienced and Naseem Shaheen is on his way.” Azam added.

Twenty-year-old Naseem has been on the injury list for more than six months, recovering from a shoulder injury sustained in last year’s Asia Cup. It also ruled them out of the ODI World Cup held in India.
India and Pakistan will next face each other in the much-anticipated group match of the T20 World Cup in New York on June 9.
The 2024 T20 World Cup will be jointly hosted by the West Indies and the United States from June 2 to 29.

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