Amul dedicates doodle to Jasprit Bumrah showing concern for his back injury
India will play three Tests against South Africa in the Gandhi-Mandela Trophy which is a part of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC).
by Jatin Author
Published - Sep 28, 2019 10:28 am | Updated - Sep 28, 2019 10:28 am
Jasprit Bumrah was all set to become one of the greatest bowlers in international cricket, however, his progress has been hampered with an untimely back injury which has been diagnosed as a minor stress fracture to his lower lumbar region. He was replaced by Umesh Yadav in the Indian squad for the upcoming South Africa Test series.
Bumrah made his white-ball India debut in 2016 and Test debut in 2018 against South Africa and since then has not looked back. So far Bumrah has 62 wickets in 12 Tests, 103 wickets in 58 ODIs and 51 wickets in 42 T20I matches for India and was set to make his debut in home Tests against South Africa. However, this will have to wait as he prepares for treatment and rehabilitation at the NCA.
Amul dedicates a topical doodle for Jasprit Bumrah
He received some amazing messages of support from everywhere, including Indian dairy conglomerate Amul, which is known for making some amazing doodles highlighting important milestones of the country and a funny take on the social issues plaguing the nation. Amul is known for releasing doodles related to cricket all the time and this time it was for Jasprit Bumrah.
Amul, on Friday, released a doodle with regards to the unfortunate situation with Jasprit Bumrah, with words, “Amul Topical: Bumrah’s back troubles.”
— Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) September 26, 2019
India will play three Tests against South Africa in the Gandhi-Mandela Trophy which is a part of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC). Bumrah, who is the ranked 3rd in Test cricket was rested for the limited-overs part of the tour against Proteas. His last Test matches came against West Indies where he picked seven wickets in the second Test, including a hat-trick, making him the third Indian bowler to do so after Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan.
He is also ranked no.1 in ODI cricket and was the highest wicket-taker for the Indian team in the ICC World Cup 2019. He is set to miss not only the South Africa series, but has also being ruled out of the Bangladesh series and the team management wants him to recover well and get back into the team 100% fit. This means they are targeting the T20I series against West Indies later this year for his return, given that he is a key bowler for Men in Blue when ICC T20World Cup 2020 is concerned.