Jasprit Bumrah

India's frontline bowler Jasprit Bumrah has recently recovered from an injury that kept him out of India's Asia Cup campaign.

Bumrah was rested for the first T20I against Australia and returned to the playing XI for the rain-hit 2nd game which they won.

His return

On Sunday (September 25), it was a night to forget for Bumrah in Hyderabad in the third T20I against Australia. 

Night to forget

Jasprit Bumrah conceded 50 runs in a T20I innings. His previous expensive spell of 2/47 came against West Indies in Lauderhill in 2016.


Bumrah finished of 0/50 in 4 overs as Aaron Finch’s side posted 186/7 after batting first with half-centuries by Cameron Green and Tim David.

Australian onslaught

Earlier, Bumrah's worst figures in T20I cricket came against heavyweights West Indies. He conceded 47 runs for 2 wickets for India.

Lauderdale trouble

Bumrah's third-worst figures in T20I cricket came against New Zealand in 2020. Here, he gave away 45 runs without taking a wicket.

New Zealand

Against Australia back in 2016, Jasprit Bumrah was responsible for conceding 43 runs and taking just one wicket in Sydney.


Again against West Indies, Jasprit Bumrah conceded 42 runs at the Wankhede Stadium. He also took only one wicket. 

Backyard disappointment

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