Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria criticized the Indian medical workforce and administration for speeding Jasprit Bumrah’s comeback from harm within the latest T20I sequence towards Australia. The speedster had suffered a again stress fracture and complained of ache throughout the observe session on the Greenfield Stadium forward of the primary T20I towards South Africa. 

After an evaluation from the medical workforce, it was reported that the 28-year-old will want 4 to 6 months of restoration time which is a giant blow to the Indian workforce. With Ravindra Jadeja already lacking from the squad on account of harm, Bumrah’s absence has caused a giant loophole within the bowling assault. Talking on the identical, Kaneria felt that Bumrah might have been rested till the ICC occasion.  

Danish Kaneria questions medical workforce’s function

Kaneria talked about that Bumrah shouldn’t be a Harshal Patel who may take time to search out his rhythm and said he might have been again for the T20 World Cup right away. He went on to elucidate how Bumrah has been enjoying with accidents in IPL however hailed the BCCI for managing his workload. Nevertheless, he concluded with a query mark on medical workforce’s function and puzzled if that they had taken the decision on Bumrah’s return a little bit bit sooner than ultimate. 

“It could have been higher if he had returned straight on the T20 World Cup 2022. He might have performed in observe matches to get again into rhythm. He’s not like Harshal Patel or every other bowler who would wish plenty of time to get again into the groove,” Kaneria mentioned on his YouTube channel. 

“There are points with Jasprit Bumrah’s again as soon as once more. Whereas he’s liable to accidents, he has all the time performed all of the matches within the IPL. The BCCI and the workforce administration have taken care of him properly, giving him sufficient relaxation. Nevertheless, it stays to be seen if the medical workforce have been positive that he was able to return,” he added.