Former India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh want Pacer wants teenage speedster, Umran Malik, to join Jasprit Bumrah in the Indian team for the T20 World Cup in Australia. The 22-year-old Malik, who is now playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, has been routinely bowling above 150 kmph. Malik, who has 15 wickets, has bowled the fastest delivery in the current IPL, at 157 kmph. Follow Our website stoptechy.com for the latest updates!!!!!
“I need to see him (Umran Malik) in the Indian crew in light of what a bowler he is,” Harbhajan told reporters here on Friday.
Harbhajan speaking after ‘DreamSetGo’ named the ICC T20 World Cup’s Official Travel Agent in Australia.
“Consider a bowler who does not represent his country and bowls 150 overs” (kmph). So, I believe it’s a terrific thing. He’ll encourage a lot of young people to take up cricket because of where he came from. What he done in the IPL “he said.
“Sachin Tendulkar was extremely young when he played for India. Of course. He Sachin Tendulkar, but ‘aise hi player banter hai’ is OK (players are made like this).
“I was 17 and a half when I played my most first Test. Yet accepting that you keep on accepting he’s a young, time will terminate.” He should play when he is bowling at his best. “Regardless of his age, if someone is doing well and is physically strong enough, they should walk in,” Harbhajan remarked.
“I completely see why you need to bring ‘Kulcha’ back.
Harbhajan Singh want Pacer additionally supported the spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal to load onto the trip to Australia for T20 World Cup. Kuldeep and Yuzvendra, I think they have been splendid for Team India.
At this point, they are playing together. They took wickets in center overs, whether it was T20s, ODIs, or any configuration,” he said. I’m just sure why they (selectors) kept that practical cooperation for India separate. It will be fantastic to see them play in Australia. He signed off where the grounds are extensive, and they both excellent bowlers, “he signed off.