Jasprit Bumrah is trying very hard to find his rhythm: Trent Boult
Throwing light on his partnership with Bumrah, Boult believes that it is a good opportunity to learn.
Updated - Sep 23, 2020 12:34 pm
The Indian pace sensation Jasprit Bumrah has been facing some lows in his career over a period of time. In the season opener that Mumbai Indians (MI) played against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Bumrah was expensive. In a span of four overs, he conceded 43 runs and picked only one wicket. The Blue squad lost the game by five wickets as the duo of Faf Du Plessis, and Ambati Rayudu became too heavy on opponents.
The four-time champions are now set to take on the Dinesh Karthik-led Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the next match of the season. Now the vital question remains, will Bumrah get back his form in the coming match? Pacer Trent Boult believes that the Mumbai pacer is trying hard to find back his rhythm and get into form.
“He (Bumrah) is a world-class bowler, he is trying very hard over the last couple of days to find the rhythm. I am 100 percent sure he will be on the mark in the coming games. “He is a big player for us and a very important bowler, and I am sure he will bounce back very nicely,” Boult said as quoted by Hindustan Times.
Throwing light on his partnership with Bumrah, Boult believes that it is a good opportunity to learn. Bumrah has a lot of experience, and an amazing set of skills and the New Zealand pacer is looking forward to achieving huge success with him in the season.
Bumrah is a guy, who is very experienced, says Trent Boult
“Yes, the opportunity to bowl with Bumrah and the other guys in the bowling attack is very exciting and a good opportunity to learn. And yes, Bumrah is a guy, who is very experienced, and he has got some amazing, and I’m really looking forward to hopefully having some success with him,” Trent Boult added.
The 31-year-old Kiwi bowler stated that he was quite satisfied with his performance against MI in the season opener. He came up with figures of 1/23, but the team couldn’t get up to the mark. He believes that coming from a long lockdown period, it is a fine start for him, and he will get better in days to come.