Jasprit Bumrah has been disqualified from the forthcoming T20 World Cup owing to a significant back stress fracture, which might be a major setback for team India. According to sources, the pacer needs four to six months to heal from the injuries.
Notably, Bumrah has recently rejoined the Indian team following a protracted injury absence. Bumrah played the final two games of the Australia home series with minimal success, managing just one wicket at a pitiful economy rate of 12.17 after missing the opening game.
Following that, the great seamer missed the opening T20 World Cup match against South Africa because to an ailment. Mitchell Starc, who has been in phenomenal form so far, will be the man to watch out for. Their go-to death bowler is out of the final and most important match of the entire series, and this certainly leaves a mark. They will have to rely on all of their other bowlers to take wickets in his place. Some who have been hit or miss this entire series, and others who have barely seen the light of day on this tour.
Bumrah’s injury has India considering their pace bowling options for the World Cup, which is quickly approaching. Mohammed Shami, a seasoned seamer, has yet to play in a game. Therefore, Deepak Chahar’s chances of competing in the big event with Arshdeep Singh. One between Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Harshal Patel have likely increased as a result of this injury.