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T20 World Cup Former Indian Captain Said Bumrah is The Best bowler in International Cricket

This T20 World Cup has not been memorable for the Indian team so far. The team captained by Virat Kohli came out as one of the favorites in the tournament. But Pakistan and New Zealand defeated Team India badly and now it is a fact that India can out of the T20 World Cup.

Bumrah is Considered The Best in International Cricket

India will start its campaign in the T20 World Cup with a high-voltage match against Pakistan on October 24. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is an important player for the Indian camp. Former Indian cricketer Venkatesh Prasad has termed Bumrah as one of the best fast bowlers in international cricket. According to Venkatesh Prasad, this bowler has various variations in his arsenal along with pass speed.

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Told Media in Muhammad Azharuddin Press Conference

Muhammad Azharuddin believes Ravi Shastri or Virat Kohli should have faced the media at the post-match press conference after India lost to New Zealand in their previous match. Azhar while talking on a Hindi news channel said, “In my view, the coach should have come for the press conference. If Virat Kohli does not want to attend the press conference, that is fine, but Ravi Bhai should have come for the press conference. Should have involved.” Azhar further said that as captain and coach, he needs to take responsibility after a loss and not face questions when the team performs well.

Press to Captain or CoachGood Performance

The captain or coach should have come for the press conference. Or to one of the coaching staff.” The former captain also said that losing to a better team is not a shame. Rather it gives the management an opportunity to take responsibility. Azhar said that if the team performs well, the captain said And if the coaches face the media, they will have to bear the brunt if the team goes through a bad phase.

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