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ASIA CUP 2022: Jasprit Bumrah Out of the Tournament

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The injury of fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, who was not included in Team India due to injury in the Asia Cup, is serious.

It is difficult for him to be fit till the T20 World Cup.

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In such a situation, there is doubt about his playing in the T20 World Cup. However, there is a time of 2 months for the T20 world to start.

This time the T20 World is to be held in Australia in October.

At the same time, nothing has been said officially by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) regarding Bumrah’s injury.

Bumrah has been asked by the BCCI to go to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru for rehab.

According to media reports, the injury to Bumrah is serious.

It may take longer for them to fit. The BCCI is also keeping an eye on his injury.

Bumrah has been away from cricket in the past due to injury

Jasprit Bumrah has been away from cricket in the past due to injury.

In 2019, after the World Cup, there was a back injury.

He had a stress fracture in his lower back.

After that he was out of the team for a long time.

Even after a long time of his return, he was not able to come in full color.

The biggest reason for Bumrah’s injury is his unique bowling action.

The way he bowls the ball puts a lot of stress on his back.

Bumrah and Harshal Patel out due to injury in Asia Cup

In the Asia Cup, Bumrah and Harshal Patel are out of the Asia Cup due to injury.

In such a situation, there are 3 fast bowlers in the Indian team for the tournament to be held in UAE, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, young Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan.

After the start of T20, there has been an increase in the number of players getting injured.

With more T20 matches, there has been an increase in the number of players getting injured.

According to a study, there has been a 10% increase in the injury of players since the arrival of T20. Fast bowlers suffered the most, with injury cases rising by 18%.

At present, 28 players associated with international cricket are out of the field due to injury.

According to a Cricket Australia study, the incidence of injury in pacers is 2.5 times to 6 times more than in other players.

Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar had said that his career ended early due to a knee injury.

Otherwise, he could have played for 4-5 more years.

Good chance for Kohli to get in form

The biggest discussion in world cricket at this time is the form of former India captain Virat Kohli.

After 23 November 2019, not a single century has come off this player’s bat. In 4 T20 matches played this year, Virat has scored just 81 runs at a simple average of 20.52.

Virat took a rest after the recent series against England and was not part of the team in the ODI and T20I series against the West Indies.

He has been made a part of the team in the Asia Cup starting on August 27.

In such a situation, the discussion has started whether Virat will be able to bring back his lost form in this mega tournament, will we once again see that Kohli on the field who used to roar like a lion after scoring runs with the bat.

Whenever Virat has played in the Asia Cup, his bat has spoken fiercely. India’s first match is against Pakistan.

Even against the neighboring country, King Kohli scores a lot of runs. In such a situation, his return to form is considered fixed.

King’s bat roars a lot against Pakistan

India will play its first match in the Asia Cup against Pakistan on August 28.

From 2012 to 2021, Kohli has scored 311 runs in 7 T20 matches against Pakistan at an impressive average of 77.75.

During this, 3 half-centuries have come off his bat and his best score is 78 not out.

Even in the 2021 T20 World Cup, when India’s top order flopped against Pakistan, it was Kohli who played a brilliant inning of 57 runs to take the team to a respectable score of 151 runs.

However, we lost that match.

Virat’s best innings in ODIs have come in the Asia Cup itself

Virat’s best score in ODIs is 183 runs.

He played this innings against Pakistan in the Asia Cup itself.

Batting first in the 5th match of this mega tournament in 2011, Pakistan’s team scored 329 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.

Virat had shortened the target looking like a mountain from his innings.

For Team India, Virat played a blistering inning of 183 runs in 148 balls. During this, 22 fours and 1 six came off his bat. Indian team won this match by 6 wickets.

Great record in Asia Cup

The former captain of Team India has so far scored 153 runs in 4 innings in the T20 format of the Asia Cup at an impressive average of 76.50.

His best score is 56 not out. At the same time, in its ODI format, Kohli and Kamal have been playing.

Virat has scored 613 runs in 10 innings and has an average of 61.30.

Looking at Virat’s excellent record, it is expected that once again the old form of Virat will be seen in the Asia Cup.

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