Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah has become one of the most lethal bowlers in the world with his immaculate lines and brilliant death bowling. The right-armer is said to be the student of former world-class pacer, Lasith Malinga who was known for his accuracy in all formats.
After taking 5 wickets in the second innings of Antigua Test, Bumrah revealed that he has made a couple of changes to his bowling which have helped him a lot in transitioning into Test cricket rather successfully.
“I used to bowl the in- swinger earlier, but the more Test matches I've played, I've gotten more confident to bowl the out-swinger, especially since England," said Bumrah after clinching his fourth five-wicket haul in Test cricket - all away from home - since making a debut in the format last year. He has now taken 55 wickets in 11 Tests at an average of 20.63 and strike-rate of 46.76,” said Bumrah.