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Chris Gayle has selected the most challenging bowler he has faced throughout his time in the Indian Premier League (IPL)

Chris Gayle, a legendary West Indian opener, ranked Jasprit Bumrah as the most difficult bowler he has faced throughout his time playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

The “Universal Boss” explained in a recent interaction that the variations in the Indian fast bowler’s arsenal makes him an extremely difficult opponent in the shortest format of the sport, and that Bumrah is someone who has always bothered him with his bowling during the T20 tournament. In addition, the “Universal Boss” stated that the variations in the Indian fast bowler’s arsenal makes him an extremely difficult opponent in the longer formats of the sport.

An ex-international player from New Zealand named Scott Styris agreed with the assessment.

“Bumrah totally. I will not choose an off-spinner like Bhajji or Ashwin, but Bumrah will very certainly be my first choice.

You just don’t seem to be able to get through to him. It is challenging to play his slow ball, and each of his versions is very, very distinctive. During a conversation with Styris on Jio Cinema, he shared his opinion, saying, “I pick Bumrah.”

During a different segment of the same show, Anil Kumble mentioned that Arshdeep Singh and Ishan Kishan are the young players who will be important to keep an eye on in the not too distant future.

Kumble had previously worked closely with the young prospects in the Indian cricket squad, and he found that both of them were incredibly exceptional.

“Having worked closely with someone like Arshdeep, it’s fantastic to see him mature into what he’s done for India,” said Arshdeep. ” Kumble described Arshdeep as “the next superstar bowler coming through.” “I would look at Arshdeep as the next superstar bowler coming through,”

Ishan Kishan is a player who has made the most of the opportunities he has been given to bat, and he deserves praise for his performance. He scored a two-hundred, and he’s someone who I believe is going to become a superstar,” he went on to say.

It is anticipated that the next season of the Indian Premier League would start either at the end of March or the beginning of April.

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