The image was accompanied by the caption, ‘Coming soon’ and the tagline ‘The Lord of Swing – The Return of the King’.
Bumrah, known for his ability to swing the ball effectively, expressed his readiness to perform in the one-day format. Having completed his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, he stated that he was fully prepared to deliver his deliveries at full pace.
Bumrah has been appointed as the captain of a second-string Indian team for the upcoming three-match T20 series against Ireland. This decision reflects the trust and recognition the team has in the 29-year-old bowler.
The team management hopes that Bumrah will regain his top form before the Asia Cup next month and the home World Cup in October-November.
Acknowledging the increased workload that comes with switching to a different format, Bumrah remains undeterred. Known for his effectiveness both with the new ball and in the death overs, he is determined to excel in every aspect of the game. Although grateful for the leadership role assigned to him, Bumrah emphasised that his primary focus is to enjoy the game of cricket.
As fans eagerly await the return of the ‘King’, the anticipation builds for Bumrah’s impactful comeback to international cricket. With his unique bowling skills and unwavering determination, he is expected to make a significant contribution to the Indian cricket team’s success in the upcoming matches.