Bumrah recalls special memories in Cape Town


IND vs SA 3rd Test: Cape Town is where everything started from Jasprit Bumrah back in 2018 and on the next tour three years later, he will be leading India’s pace attack. The last three years have defined Bumrah, from a pacer with unique bowling action, he is now the tormentor in chief with his angular deliveries. Follow India vs South Africa Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

Ahead of the 3rd Test in Cape Town, India pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah on Sunday said returning to Cape Town for the third Test against South Africa has brought back “special memories”.

IND vs SA 3rd Test: From debutant to leading India’s pace attack, Jasprit Bumrah recalls ‘special memories’ in Cape Town

Also Read: IND vs SA Cape Town Test: Virat Kohli returns to boost Team India as practice for Final Frontier begins in Cape Town – Follow Live Updates

The third and final Test against South Africa is slated to be played in Cape Town from January 11-15. Bumrah had made his Test debut in Cape Town on January 5, 2018 against South Africa. The Indian pacer will be taking the same field on Tuesday when India meet South Africa in the third Test.

IND vs SA 3rd Test: From debutant to leading India’s pace attack, Jasprit Bumrah recalls ‘special memories’ in Cape Town

See also  Security and sounds the abiding memories of docile Islamabad draw | Australia cricket team

“Cape Town, January 2018 – is where it all began for me in Test cricket. Four years on, I’ve grown as a player and a person and to return to this ground brings back special memories,” Jasprit Bumrah tweeted.

Jasprit Bumrah had taken four wickets in his debut Test in 2018. Since then, the right-arm pacer has been a key cog in the Indian bowling wheel.

IND vs SA 3rd Test: From debutant to leading India's pace attack, Jasprit Bumrah recalls 'special memories' in Cape Town

IND vs SA 3rd Test: From debutant to leading India’s pace attack, Jasprit Bumrah recalls ‘special memories’ in Cape Town

In these three years, Jasprit Bumrah has surpassed others in the team to become leading pacer. He was recently handed over vice-captaincy for the 2nd Test and for the ODI series against South Africa.

Meanwhile, Team India on Sunday began their preparation for the third and final Test of the series against South Africa.

South Africa had defeated India in the second Test by seven wickets to level the Test series 1-1. After the match, Team India head coach Rahul Dravid said that he is hopeful of seeing Virat Kohli return for the third Test.

IND vs SA 3rd Test: From debutant to leading India’s pace attack, Jasprit Bumrah recalls ‘special memories’ in Cape Town

– Advertisement –

See also  MI mentor Sachin Tendulkar named in 'Pandora Papers' leaks





Source link