Paras Mhambrey expresses relief on Jasprit Bumrah’s comeback

Jasprit Bumrah

India’s bowling coach Paras Mhambrey expresses a great sense of relief on having a full-strength bowling unit. India’s next match is against New Zealand on October 22.

PARAS MHAMBREY ON JASPRIT BUMRAH’S RETURN

Over the past three years, India has experienced an unusual number of injuries. However, the return of ace pacer, Jasprit Bumrah for the World Cup 2022 has been a blessing that that the team had almost given up hope on. Talking about Jasprit Bumrah’s comeback, Paras Mhambrey as quoted by ESPNcricinfo saying,

The last couple of years, it has been really tough. It is tough to miss [out on] someone like Bumrah. You have seen him in the last three games that he has played. What he brings to the table. He is a world-class bowler. He gives you that breakthrough that you require in the powerplays. He’s well adapted to bowl in the middle overs and he’s a top, gun death bowler. We really missed him.”

Furthermore, bowling coach, Paras Mhambrey credited the medical department, and the physios, of National Cricket Academy(NCA) and with the team for Jasprit Bumrah’s recovery. Paras Mhambrey further added,

“We must credit the staff back at the NCA, the medical department, the physios out there, and out here as well. And they really worked hard behind the scenes for the last few years, from where he was and to get him out here. So, credit goes to them as well,

MOHAMMED SHAMI MISSING OUT

Talking about seamer Mohammed Shami’s absence from the Indian squad, Paras Mhambrey said that,

 “It is never an easy decision. But I think the conversations are around, we had a clear chat with him. Whenever we select a squad, the message from us is very clear. That we pick a squad we feel is the best for that wicket.”

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