Dubai: India pacer Jasprit Bumrah recently enjoyed a successful Asia Cup 2018, picking up eight wickets in just four matches. Bumrah was rested for India’s first match against Hong Kong, but played the rest of the matches in the tournament.
Bumrah is known for his infamous no-ball incident while bowling to Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman in the ICC Champions Trophy final last year, and the Jaipur traffic police had taken a dig at the pacer with a tweet.
Fakhar Zaman was edged and caught by MS Dhoni behind the wickets when he was batting on three runs, but it was soon revealed that Bumrah had bowled a no-ball.
However, Bumrah in return, gave back a strong message in a tweet, which read, “Some people love to use their creativity on the sign boards. Hope this one fits there as well!! #Champions #AsiaCup2018 #lionalwaysroars.”
Rohit Sharma-led India clinched the country’s seventh Asia Cup title after they beat Bangladesh by three wickets in a last-ball thriller....