In the wake of passing up the T20 World Cup, Umran Malik has made his re-visitation of the Indian group and charmed everybody with his sheer speed. To such an extent that the cricketing legend Sunil Gavaskar has put out a huge proclamation expressing that after Sachin Tendulkar, Umran Malik is the one he has been generally eager to see addressing India.
The 23-year-old made his ODI debut against New Zealand in the period of November. After at first not being important for the crew during the Bangladesh series, the speedster supplanted Mohammed Shami, who got precluded in light of a shoulder injury.
Umran Malik previously broke into the public scene after a colossal season with Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Chief Association (IPL). In the fifteenth release of the competition, the Srinagar-conceived cricketer secured 22 wickets from 14 matches and his crude speed has dazzled every last one. Gavaskar, who was important for the transmission group during the competition, adulated the speedster over and over and before the second ODI among Bangladesh and India, the previous cricketer showered a definitive commendation on the cricketer.
Umran Malik player I’m generally eager to see playing for India after Sachin Tendulkar is Umran Malik,” expressed Gavaskar on Sony Liv.
Umran tricks Najmul Shanto with savage speed
Not long after Sunil Gavaskar’s remarks on the cricketer, Umran showed his type as he bowled an immaculate conveyance to Najmul Shanto. Bowling at 151 kmph, the speedster totally swindled Shanto as the last option got scattered by sheer speed.
The 23-year-old supplanted Kuldeep Sen in the playing XI after Sen was governed out of the game because of a solid back. BCCI gave an assertion saying that the player is as of now being evaluated by the clinical group and has been encouraged to take some rest.
“Kuldeep Sen grumbled of back solidness following the main ODI against Bangladesh on Sunday. The BCCI Clinical Group evaluated him and has exhorted him rest. He was not accessible for choice for the second ODI,” BCCI said in an authority proclamation.
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