Jasprit Bumrah said that disappointed with the result of the match last evening but it was a memorable evening. Actually, Jasprit Bumrah took five wickets in T20 for the first time. He said that he is happy with his rhythm in the current season and outside noise doesn’t affect him personally. Bumrah took five wickets of the innings for the first time in the IPL against KKR. He has so far taken only ten wickets in 11 matches.
Mumbai Indians lost by 52 runs
“We prepare for the tournament and we have our own process,” he said after Mumbai’s 52-run defeat. We don’t even look at the final result. Bumrah said, ‘If you understand the game then you know what is happening. What kind of conditions are you bowling in and I am happy with your rhythm in the tournament. I know there is a lot of noise outside but I don’t care about that. I don’t judge my performance by what others think or what experts or people are saying.
One maiden and five wickets in four overs
At one time, after scoring 136 runs for 3 wickets in 14 overs, he wreaked havoc on the team of Kolkata, which was moving towards a huge score, and taking five wickets instead of just ten runs, took away the batting of the opposition team. To keep the playoff hopes alive, Kolkata’s team could only manage 165 runs for 9 wickets in a do or die match. This is the first time that Bumrah has taken five wickets in a T20 cricket match. He also bowled a maiden in his quota of four overs.
Bumrah broke his waist
Bumrah had been dismissed three times before Russell, in such a situation, captain Rohit immediately put Bumrah on the attack and the world’s best pacer made the dangerous Russell walk on his second ball. The Kolkata camp was in trouble, but before they could recover from this blow, Bumrah also dealt with Rana in the same over. Jassi broke Kolkata’s back by taking two big wickets in one over. Bumrah, who came with his third over in the 18th over, took three wickets and created panic in the Kolkata camp. He did not give any run in this over. He took the wickets of Sheldon Jackson (5), Pat Cummins (0) and Sunil Narine (0). Then he and KKR’s Rink Singh (23 *) could score only one run in the last over of the innings.