Jasprit Bumrah may have been hurt by Hardik Pandya’s transfer to MI: Kris Srikkanth 

Mohammed Siraj

In response to Jasprit Bumrah s mysterious Instagram post. Former Indian opener Kris Srikkanth suggested that the star pacer may have suffered because of Hardik Pandya’s trade to the Mumbai Indians ahead of the 2024 Indian Premier League. Recently, Bumrah’s cryptic Instagram post that stated, “Silence is sometimes the best answer,” has generated a lot of conjecture. In the midst of speculation and conversations regarding his professional career. Fans and followers are attempting to understand the meaning of this enigmatic message.

Notably, since making his IPL debut in 2015, Bumrah has been a crucial member of the Mumbai Indians. Helping the team win four titles. His cryptic Instagram post also comes at the same time as Hardik Pandya’s return to the Mumbai Indians (MI). Which the team’s management has seen as a calculated move that could position Pandya for a leadership role. While some fans claim Bumrah’s new team is the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the south, others have uploaded screenshots of him unfollowing MI on Instagram. While some fans think it’s unnecessary to read between the lines. Others think Hardik’s return to MI has complicated his plans to become captain after Rohit Sharma.

 “Bumrah might feel it’s not fair,” Kris Srikkanth 

You can’t find another cricketer like Jasprit Bumrah. Be it Tests or white-ball cricket, he is one of the best going around. He gave it his all in the World Cup. And as you said, in the 5th Test against England, he was the stand-in Test captain in 2022. He might have regrets. Bumrah would have been hurt. He must be feeling that he stayed back with MI but the franchise is now celebrating someone who left and came back. ‘You are making him the biggest thing on earth’. He might feel it’s not fair,” Kris Srikkanth said in a video on his YouTube channel.

Ravindra Jadeja’s circumstances at CSK and Jasprit Bumrah’s at MI were compared by Srikkanth, who expressed confidence that the team management would find a solution. He expressed even more sympathy for Bumrah, saying that any player in that circumstance would feel wounded.

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