Meet Jasprit Bumrah: India’s Deadliest Pacer

His stunning performance helped India get to a historic win at the Oval. But how did he become the best at his game? This is his story…

09/09/2021 1:24 PMupdated: 09/09/2021 1:26 PM
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  • Ahmed M.
    10/09/2021 09:58

    CT17 final changed his game so much..🤣🤣

  • Jennifer B.
    09/09/2021 19:01

    The Holy Ghost is molesting me with saint Therese of Liseux she is the evilest thing know to man she is a dybukk go to

  • Rexy K.
    09/09/2021 18:39

    This is all because of his unique bowling action..🙏🙏

  • Richard S.
    09/09/2021 18:21

    He s running like a ghora ..........n look like a ghoraa.....

  • Bhavna C.
    09/09/2021 18:14


  • Prithu S.
    09/09/2021 18:11

    I think Lord Shardul is being forgotten here 😜

  • Meera V.
    09/09/2021 17:36


  • Dibakar G.
    09/09/2021 15:39

    Did his childhood coach tell him he can't be a fast bowler with such short run up? Or this is just a fake publicity of thumbs up company?

  • Moizul H.
    09/09/2021 14:53

    Respect and love from Pakistan ✌🏼

  • Sk F.
    09/09/2021 14:49

    best Indian fast bowler of all time. he is currently the best fast bowler in the world perhaps

  • Sanchit S.
    09/09/2021 14:07

    The thing to worry for Boom Is that with his action he is putting a lot of stress on his knees , we have to be really selective in how we want to use him to make sure he can play for a long time , undoubtedly he is an asset never seen before in Indian cricket

  • Michael B.
    09/09/2021 14:02

    May I humbly present my brand new release for Piano & Orchestra, Variations on a Grand March. Opens with a military march, at 2:44 is a Tango, at 6:20 becomes a fugue, at 9:05 becomes Musical Theatre, at 13:00 becomes a soft Romance which reaches a big climax at the end. Guaranteed to lift your Summer spirits! Many thanks!

  • Brut India
    09/09/2021 13:56

    Wherever he goes, he leaves a lasting impression. His wicket logbook features some of the all-time greats. Joe Root 6 times, de Villiers 3 times (in just 6 duels), Hashim Amla, Alastair Cook, and Kane Williamson twice each. Only Steve Smith could perhaps brag that Bumrah has dismissed him just once. Here's more on the magic of Bumrah:

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