Abu Dhabi: Left-arm fast bowler Trent Boult has expressed confidence that Mumbai pacer Jasprit Bumrah will return to the rhythm in today’s match against Kolkata Knight Riders. In the first match of IPL (IPL 2020) against Chennai Super Kings, Bumrah could not do anything special. Bumrah, one of the best bowlers of India’s death overs, gave 43 runs in that match and lost the match Mumbai.
Bolt has said that, ‘Bumrah is a world class bowler. In the last few days, he tried hard to get the rhythm. I am very sure that he will be in form in the next match.
He said, ‘He is a big player for us and is a very useful bowler. He will definitely make a great comeback. It is a good opportunity to learn to bowl with him and I am very excited about it.
Bolt said, ‘If I talk about myself, I have come from the cold of New Zealand. I have not played cricket for six months due to lockdown and segregation but I am happy with my performance. The situation here is completely different and it is quite hot and humid ‘. With this, he admitted that bowling in death overs is the biggest challenge in T20 cricket.
He said, ‘To be honest, this is the biggest challenge. It is not easy to bowl against the frozen batsmen. I want to work on my strength and put good yorkers’.