IPL 2020: Jasprit Bumrah was keen to take new ball and back his yorkers, says MI bowling coach Shane Bond
"Jasprit really wanted to back his yorkers against Royals, he wanted to go back to his strengths and use his bouncer as he normally does," Shane Bond said.
IPL 2019: Jasprit Bumrah's mean pace, calm head and likeable demeanour make him precious cricketing talent
Jasprit Bumrah shows that it is possible to be a mean fast bowler and yet remain likeable. It is possible to be adored and admired, praised and lauded and yet stay rooted in humility.
World T20: My job is to pass on my experience to Bumrah, Bhuvi and Shami, I'm enjoying it, says Nehra
Ashish Nehra has contributed significantly to the Indian team's recent success in the shortest format and the old warhorse says he is enjoying his role of a mentor in the fast bowling department.
History may be against them but Pakistan coach Waqar Younis today said the time is perfect to rewrite it given that the Indian team is under pressure after losing its opening match of the ICC World T20.
With 10 wins out 11 matches, India's on-field plans have worked as per the script and star batsman Virat Kohli feels that it is imperative to maintain composure off-the field as they deal with massive expectations in their quest for a second ICC World T20 title.
Let the mind games begin: It was one good spell; wrong to compare Amir with Akram, says Rohit Sharma
He may have been bamboozled by Mohammad Amir's toe crushing delivery but India opener Rohit Sharma expressed dismay over the hype around the Pakistani pacer and said the focus should be on Jasprit Bumrah instead.