While Team India continues to struggle on the bowling front in limited-overs cricket, fans are indeed feeling the absence of Jasprit Bumrah. Team India speedster Jasprit Bumrah missed the bus to Australia for the T20 World Cup 2022 due to a back injury. In place of Bumrah, Mohammed Shami was selected in the squad, however, Team India could not perform well with the ball in the recently concluded T20 World Cup 2022. In fact, the Men in Blue were slammed for lack luster bowling and batting display. Now, Jasprit Bumrah on Friday took to his social media and shared his recovery video with a twist. Bumrah used slain Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala's song in his recovery video.

Sharing his recovery video, Jasprit Bumrah wrote, "Never easy, but always worth it". In the video, the 28-year-old bowler can be seen running, stretching and doing various kinds of exercises. However, what caught everyone's attention is Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala's song in the background. While Bumrah can be seen in pursuit to attain his fitness, Sidhu Moose Wala and Shooter Khalon's song GAME can be heard in the background.

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About Jasprit Bumrah's injury

India's T20 World Cup campaign suffered a huge setback with spearhead Jasprit Bumrah ruled out of the tournament with a back injury. The first reports of the fast bowler's injury emerged just before India's T20I series against South Africa began on September 28. Bumrah was rushed from Thiruvananthapuram, the venue of the first match, to Bengaluru, where the National Cricket Academy is located, so that he could be assessed by the BCCI's medical team. Though the BCCI did not specify the nature of Bumrah's back injury, reports suggested that it was stress-related and he was reportedly out of action for about six weeks. Bumrah had previously missed the Asia Cup in August and September because of a stress reaction in his back but was then picked for the subsequent home T20I series against Australia and South Africa after four weeks of rehabilitation.

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