Mumbai's fast bowlers left left shoulder during a match against Delhi on Sunday.
That is why even after nine wickets in Mumbai, they did not come to the ground for batting
Mumbai. In the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019, Jasprim Bumrah hit a left shoulder in an attempt to stop the shot-follower of bowling against Delhi Capitals in the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. However, team management of Mumbai Indians says there is nothing to worry about. Bumrahah's injury is recovering fast. Their status will be assessed on Monday.
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However, the Indian selectors and team management are celebrating the fitness of Bumrah, that everything will be okay, as the ODI World Cup is to be held in England from May 30. There, Bumrah has to play the role of the main fast bowler of the Indian cricket team.
Rishabh Pant shot a shot towards Bumrah, on the last ball of the innings of Bumrah Delhi Capitals, which hit Pant's shot. Bumrah hit the dive and stopped the shot, but during this time his left shoulder was injured. After this, the Mumbai Indians physio Nitin Patel came and took Bumrah out of the ground. Later Bumrah did not even come for batting.
Bumrahah's finger injury was hit in July last year. In July last year, Bumrah got a finger injury in the first match of the T20 series against Ireland. His finger was fractured. This is the reason why they were unable to take part in the T20 and ODI series played against England after Ireland. He did not even play in the first two Tests of the five-match series against England.