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When Mumbai Indians battled it out against Delhi Capitals in the first qualifier we witnessed an extraordinary piece of bowling display by Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult. The duo rattled through the Delhi Capitals top order which put them in dominant position early on in the innings which resulted in Mumbai Indians securing a place in the final.

Shane bond the Bowling coach of Mumbai Indians is in awe of Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling show in the ongoing IPL such that he has regarded him as the best T20 fast bowler. The Gujarat Born seamer has been a revelation for the Mumbai Indians franchise this season as he’s also the purple cap holder with 27 wickets to his name.

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Privilege To Watch Jasprit Bumrah ‘The Best T20 Fast Bowler In The World’: Shane Bond

Recently Mumbai Indians posted a video on their social media handles where the bowling coach of Mumbai Indians Shane Bond regarded Bumrah as the best T20 fast bowler in the World.

“Jasprit, it’s a privilege to watch the best T20 fast bowler in the world go about his work,” said Bond.

He further added how he wanted Trent Boult in the side since he had been working with the Kiwi pacer since 2012. For a matter of fact, Shane Bond knew how devasting Boult can be which has clearly been in the display this season.

“I’ve loved working with Trent since 2012. We’ve seen him at his very best, and I was very excited to have him on our team. Because I know that what a devastating bowler he can be, and he has done that through this tournament for us.” Shane Bond

“We are an intimidating batting line-up. You sit in the shed, and it is just relentless. At 100/4, you felt that turn in the momentum. Delhi fought really hard through the middle of the innings and got themselves well back into the game. If they’d had a little bit more luck or perhaps been a little bit more accurate, we would have been under pressure at the back end,” he concluded.

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