Free Press Journal
  • I will thank Bumrah for a while for that overthrow: Alastair Cook

    London: Retiring England batsman Alastair Cook says he has to thank Jasprit Bumrah for saving him from some “heartache” as the overthrow from the Indian pacer brought up his century in the final Test innings of his career.  Batting at 96, Cook drove Ravindra Jadeja for a single in the cover region. Bumrah aimed hard at stumps and it resulted in giving five runs to the home opener.

  • ‘I would not play Bumrah in England’

    Michael Holding has serious doubts over Bumrah’s ability as a new ball bowler and said his specific skills do not make him an automatic choice in the playing eleven during India’s tour of England later this year.

  • Bumrah plays down umpiring row

    Bengaluru : India pacer Jasprit Bumrah on Tuesday sought to play down the controversy surrounding poor umpiring after England captain Eoin Morgan raised the issue after the second T20 International, saying both sides will have to move on with the game as decisions do not always go in favour of only one team.