'The Return of the King': This Is How ICC celebrates Jasprit Bumrah's comeback
India's pace spearhead, Jasprit Bumrah, is set to return to international cricket after an 11-month absence due to a back ailment. To commemorate his comeback, the International Cricket Council (ICC) presented an enthralling graphic image of Bumrah, dubbed the "Lord of Swing."
The artwork was accompanied by the statement 'Coming soon' and the tagline 'The Lord of Swing - The Return of the King'.
Bumrah, who is known for his ability to stroke the ball effectively, stated his willingness to compete in the one-day format.
He added that he was fully prepared to deliver his deliveries at full speed after completing his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.
Bumrah has been named skipper of an Indian second-string team for the forthcoming three-match T20 series against Ireland. This choice displays the team's confidence and recognition in the 29-year-old bowler.
The management of the squad is hoping that Bumrah would rediscover his best form before the Asia Cup next month and the home World Cup in October-November.
Bumrah stays undeterred despite the increased workload that comes with adapting to a different style. He is determined to excel in all facet of the game, and is known for his effectiveness both with the new ball and in the death overs.
Although grateful for the leadership role, Bumrah stated that his first goal is to enjoy the game of cricket.
As supporters eagerly await the return of the 'King,' expectations for Bumrah's impactful return to international cricket rise. He is predicted to make a huge impact to the Indian cricket team's victory in the forthcoming matches due to his distinct bowling skills and persistent drive.