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Jasprit Bumrah Meets 2-Year-Old Lovable Fan In Adelaide Oval

The two-year-old boy at the Adelaide Oval was a part of the 'Bharat Army' fan club who was accompanied by his father

Even though the Team India suffered a pounding loss at the Adelaide Oval last week, there clearly wasn’t any lay back of support at the stadium as the Indian fans turned up in large numbers to support the men in blue. That is when in between all the fans, we spotted a two-year-old Jasprit Bumrah fan who was seen cheering from the stands.

The men in blue were bowled out for 36 in the 2nd innings at the Adelaide Oval as the side were victims of an onslaught from the Aussie bowlers, which is why the Indian batsman’s inability to play the moving ball in Australia has been questioned by many experts as none of the Indian batsmen could withstand the Australian fast bowling.

The likes of Brad Hogg, Shane Warne and Ricky Ponting have now come out saying the Indian team absolutely stand no chance against the home side in the rest of the series.

Also Read: BCCI Adds 3 Members To Selection Committee; New Chairman Named

Jasprit Bumrah Meets 2-Year-Old Fan in Adelaide Oval

The two-year-old boy at the Adelaide Oval was a part of the ‘Bharat Army’ fan club who was accompanied by his father as seen in the video. The boy is seeing cheering for Jasprit Bumrah endlessly through his super cute voice.

The little boy’s superhero Jasprit Bumrah finally met the little boy, after the conclusion of the match. As social distancing protocols are in place all Bumrah could do was give the 2-year-old a wave which clearly would’ve made the little boy’s day.

India will now edge into the 2nd Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground without the services of skipper Virat Kohli and seamer Mohammed Shami which means it is almost certain that India will be fielding a debutant seam bowler in the form of Mohammed Siraj or Navdeep Saini in the 2nd contest in the absence of Shami.

Jasprit Bumrah will have to take additional responsibilities in the Boxing Day Test starting December 26 (Saturday).

Also Read: Australia vs India 2020: Boxing-Day Test Preview: Team India’s ‘Test’ of Character in Melbourne

Amey Pethkar

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