Mumbai Indians Uses Rohit Sharma Meme To Answer Fan's Query On Bumrah
Mumbai Indians had a hilarious response in store for a fan who asked the Indian Premier League (IPL) side if Jasprit Bumrah was going to shift to Royal Challengers Bangalore from Mumbai Indians. Jasprit Bumrah was one of the biggest and most valuable finds for Indian cricket from the IPL and has been nurtured by many veterans including Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Lasith Malinga. A fan took to Twitter to ask Mumbai Indians if Jasprit Bumrah was planning to change to RCB to which Mumbai Indians used a Rohit Sharma meme to respond to the query. Posting a GIF of Mumbai Indian's skipper Rohit Sharma saying 'Stay Calm', Mumbai Indians dismissed the fan's query with an assurance from skipper Rohit Sharma himself --- in the form of a meme.
Mumbai Indians responds to fan using Rohit Sharma meme
Where is Bumrah?— Praveen kumar (@Praveen23063251) October 25, 2019
i think he is changing to RCB?
pic.twitter.com/vnnnkMbmaU— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 25, 2019
Jasprit Bumrah recovering well
India's death-bowling specialist Jasprit Bumrah might return to action sooner than expected as the surgery for his stress fracture has been called off, according to media reports. Jasprit Bumrah has been out of action since the conclusion of the tour of West Indies with a stress fracture in his lower back. While reports earlier said Jasprit Bumrah would head to the UK to consult doctors and for a surgical procedure to treat his stress fracture, recent reports have indicated that the ace speedster has recovered well from the stress fracture and that surgery would not be required.
According to media reports, sources in the BCCI have revealed that Jasprit Bumrah is on auto-healing mode and is on the track of proper recovery. The source said that Jasprit Bumrah has begun light exercises alongside running and said that he will be assessed after Diwali. India's bowling coach Bharat Arun said that he was expecting Jasprit Bumrah to return for the series against New Zealand and clarified that Jasprit Bumrah does not require surgery, according to media reports. Jasprit Bumrah had suffered from a similar stress fracture earlier which had healed naturally, just like this one.