New Delhi: Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has been out of Team India for a long time. He has not been able to play a single match for India since Asia Cup 2022. He was not a part of the team in the T20 World Cup last year as well. However, to a great extent, his deficiency has been fulfilled by Jammu and Kashmir fast bowler Umran Malik. Wasim Bashir, another fast bowler from Jammu and Kashmir, is also known for bowling at a fast pace. In such a situation, if Bumrah is not fit soon, then this fast bowler can take his place.
Please tell me that Wasim Bashir comes from Jammu and Kashmir. His age is just 22 years old. He is currently a part of the Jammu and Kashmir Under-25 teams. A few days ago, a video of Bashir was becoming quite viral on social media, in which he was seen bowling sharp. The biggest weapon for Bashir is his bouncer, which is beyond the understanding of the batsmen. In such a situation, he can prove to be a better bowler for Team India in the coming times.
Indian legend is Wasim’s mentor
Wasim Bashir’s mentor is none other than Irfan Pathan, the player who won the World Cup for Team India. Even though Irfan Pathan has retired from cricket, he is still seen helping young bowlers. Wasim Bashir’s mentor is also Irfan. The way Irfan is helping him, it seems that he will soon be seen playing IPL.