Out of nothing, Jasprit Bumrah finally gets something out from IPL 2022

Jasprit Bumrah says he is happy with his rhythm

Mumbai Indians pacer Jasprit Bumrah said he is happy with his rhythm in the ongoing edition and the “noise outside” doesn’t affect him personally while he further added that MI will look to put up a good show in the remaining games.

Mumbai Indians Pacer Jasprit Bumrah, who took his maiden fifer in the IPL, said he is happy with his rhythm in the ongoing season and the “noise outside” doesn’t affect him personally. Despite the five-wicket haul, Bumrah has been able to pick 10 wickets from 11 games in the ongoing IPL 2022.

“Look we prepare for the tournament and we have our process, we don’t look at the end result,”

Bumrah said at the post-match press conference after MI lost to KKR by 52 runs.

“If you understand the game, you have to observe what’s going on, what is the game like, what situation you are bowling like, and for me personally, I was very happy with the rhythm going on throughout the tournament.”

Bumrah bowled magnificient to restrict KKR to 165 for 9, but the Mumbai Indians batter fluctuate yet again, as the side suffered its ninth loss in eleven games.

“I know there is a lot of noise outside that goes on but it doesn’t affect me. Because I am not a person who judges my performance on what others think or what the experts are saying or whatever people want to say,”

he said.

Bumrah couldn’t perform well with the bowl in the ongoing IPL season but the pacer said the way he contributes to the team is more important for him.

“I look at my personal evaluation is very important, I look at the processes that I have to follow and I look at the end result on how I can contribute to the team, by sometimes bowling a good over and however I can help the team.

“So this is how I play cricket and this is how I always wanted to play cricket and that is how I will do (play) going further as well.”

Five times IPL winning title Mumbai Indians have very bad this season and couldn’t qualify for the play-offs and Bumrah admitted that the team was still searching for a “complete performance”.

“You said it right, we didn’t manage to close games, in a lot of games, we came a very close and we crumbled in crucial scenarios. This is a new team and our youngsters are understanding and making their game better,”

said Bumrah, one of the senior members.

“This is not an excuse that you lost because of it. But when new youngsters come they take time to understand their game. We are searching for a complete performance and we are trying and working hard, but it hasn’t worked this time,”

he added.

Bumrah said MI will look to put up a good show in the remaining three games.

“In the remaining games, our focus is to give an ideal performance where everything clicks and how we can come in the best-case scenario,”

he signed off.