Mumbai Indians: ‘I don’t think of IPL, I thought of the country first’, South Africa’s pace bowler praised | Marco Jansen didn’t think about IPL Ashwell Prince hails SA pacer for his battle with Jasprit Bumrah
Former South African opener Ashwell Prince has praised Marco Janssen for not backing down in front of Jasprit Bumrah.
Jasprit bumrah (IPL/Twitter)
Durban: Jasprit Bumrahsmore (Jasprit BumrahFormer South African opener Ashwell Prince has praised Marco Janssen for not backing down. In the second match of the recently concluded Test series in Johannesburg between Jaspreet Bumrah and Marco Janssen (Marco Jansen) There was a heated argument on the field. In the IPL (IPL) He thought of the country first without thinking of relations, in the words of the Asheville Prince, praising Janssen.
The two were together in Mumbai Indians
In IPL 2021, both Bumrah and Jansen were part of the Mumbai Indians team. Bumrah has been retained by Mumbai Indians, while Jansen will have to be auctioned off. Jansen has taken 19 wickets in his debut Test series. He chased the Indian batsmen well in this series.
Bumrah and Janssen had an argument on the field during the second Test in Johannesburg. The umpires had to intervene. Jansen was hitting a bouncer ball on Bumrah. The atmosphere was hot because of that. Former opener Ashwell Prince liked Jansen’s aggressive behavior.
He put the country first
“I enjoyed one more thing in the India series against South Africa. Janssen did not back down from his fight with Bumrah. He did not think of IPL. He did not think about the effect it would have on relations with the people there. He put the country first, “Prince said in a tweet.
Don’t leave even an inch
“Very beautiful boy, don’t change yourself. Stay the way you are. People will not accept you as you are. If not respected, then it is their problem. Sport is competition. You don’t have to give up an inch, “Prince said in his tweet. South Africa won the series 2-1 in Cape Town’s third Test. India’s 212-run target was easily surpassed by the African team. The ODI series will now start from January 19.
(Marco Jansen didn’t think about IPL Ashwell Prince hails SA pacer for his battle with Jasprit Bumrah)