Here’s why fans are baffled by Jasprit Bumrah’s most recent ICC T20I Ranking.

Here’s why fans are baffle by Jasprit Bumrah’s most recent ICC T20I Ranking. The explosive pacer from India isn’t even list among the top 100 bowlers in the ICC’s most recent T20I rankings.

Fiery India pacer Jasprit Bumrah had one of his best stints in T20I cricket, plundering Pakistan batsmen for fun in the T20 World Cup 2024 match on Sunday, June 9. Bumrah was the game changer, taking three key wickets for just 14 runs in four overs. The most remarkable aspect of his attack was that while defending the low-scoring total of 119, he bowled 15 dot balls and maintained a firm hold on the game.

Bumrah’s most recent ICC T20I ranking has everyone in a state of shock following his stunning victory that led India to a memorable victory at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. According to the most recent ICC rankings, the right-arm pacer is rate 111th. The pacer from India won Man of the Match for his game-changing performance against Pakistan, shocking all of his fans in the process. Bumrah, though, gave credit to the enthusiasm of his Indian fans in the stands for his performance.

“It feels great. We felt we were a touch under, and the wicket improve as the sun came out. We were quite discipline, which feels fantastic. I tried to hit the seam as much as I could and to be as clear as possible with my execution. Everything turned out good, so I was pleased. We felt like we were playing in India, and we were quite thrill with the support, which gave us energy on the pitch. We concentrate on the now. Played two games and did quite well. “You stick to your processes and try to play well,” Bumrah stated during the post-match presentation.

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Pakistan reeling with two losses in as many games

Pakistan lead the game halfway through, bowling Team India out for 119 runs. They got off to a good start, losing only one wicket at the end of the powerplay.

However, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, and Axar Patel’s superb bowling proved too much for the Men in Green. With 18 needed off the final over, they fell short by six runs and are on the verge of being eliminated from the competition.

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