India’s talisman bowler Jasprit Bumrah believes it is a wonderful feeling to see kids copying his action. A video of a Pakistani boy had gone viral on the social media platform in which the young boy is emulating Bumrah’s action. In fact, India’s fast bowler also recalled his days when he tried to copy his idols action.
Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah has a unique action. However, he has reaped fruits as he is always accurate in his line and length. Furthermore, Bumrah can breathe down the neck of the batsmen as he has got sheer pace under his armory. Therefore, Bumrah is a complete package and has done really well for the Indian team in all the three formats of the game.
A Twitter user took to his account to share a video of a boy in which he was replicating Bumrah’s action. The boy is doing a fine job as he is bowling with a similar action of Jasprit Bumrah.
Meanwhile, it is well known that we used to try and copy the action of our idol bowlers. Bumrah used to do the same and it is great for him to notice that the young kids are trying to replicate his action.
Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah has been instrumental in India’s success in the recent past. Bumrah also had a fine start to his Test career. Jasprit Bumrah occupies the numero uno position in the ICC ODI rankings. The right-hander has done a great job while bowling in the powerplay bowlers. Furthermore, he has delivered the goods in the death overs.
Bumrah replied to the fan’s post as his post read as, “As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. It’s a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today”.
Here is the conversation between Jasprit Bumrah and the fan.
5 Years Old kid from pak is a big fan of You.. after watching you in the recently concluded Asia cup every time he tries to bowl like him.
— Umair Afridi (@afridiomair) October 20, 2018
Here is Bumrah’s response:
As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. ?
It's a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today.?#childhoodflashbacks #Grateful #nostalgia https://t.co/ni4Y22aPMH
— Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) October 20, 2018