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BCCI’s Post Of Jasprit Bumrah Bowling In Nets Wearing A Batting Pad Confuses Twitter


BCCI’s Post Of Jasprit Bumrah Bowling In Nets Wearing A Batting Pad Confuses Twitter

The Indian cricket team led by Virat Kohli is all set to face the England squad in the 5-match test series starting August 4 and quite obviously, the Indian players are sweating hard in the nets. The Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah is an integral part of team India for quite a long time now and he will need to perform well if the Indian side has to win the series against England.

Presently, the Indian team is carrying out its net sessions at Trent Bridge where the first test match is scheduled to be played and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is making sure that fans also get a glimpse of how their players are preparing by sharing photos and videos on a regular basis on the social media networks.

However, recently BCCI shared a photo of Jasprit Bumrah on its official Twitter handle which left many fans confused as in the pic, Jasprit Bumrah was seen bowling in the nets but he was wearing batting pads as well.

Here is the photo which was shared by the BCCI:

The image was shared with the caption, “He is having a really busy session in the nets” with laughing emoji.

Soon fans also started commenting and while many thought that it is a new way of training, others commented that he is trying to improve his batting as he has not been able to perform well with ball in last few matches.

Check out some of the selected tweets:












The Indian team has been facing problems in England because of few injuries as well; however Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav will be reaching England soon as the Sri Lankan tour has got over now. Shikhar Dhawan led the Indian squad for the SL tour which was a mixed one as India won the ODI series by 2-1 but lost the T20I series by 1-2 too.

We are not able to understand the reason behind Jasprit Bumrah wearing pads while bowling. Can you guess?

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