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“Groom Umran Malik before wc 2023,” Twitter goes berserk as 151 kmph from him cleans up Najmul Hossain Shanto in the second ODI against Bangladesh

Umran Malik also troubled Shakib Al Hasan with his pace.

Fans on Twitter erupted in joy after a 151 kmph delivery from Indian pacer Umran Malik cleans up Najmul Hossain Shanto in the ongoing second ODI against Bangladesh. They raised calls to groom the Jammu and Kashmir pacer for the Cricket World Cup 2023. They were hopeful that he will make a great trip with Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj.

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Umran Malik bowls 151 kmph delivery to clean up Najmul Hossain Shanto in the second ODI against Bangladesh

Indian pacer Umran Malik has been breathing fire in the ongoing second ODI against Bangladesh in Dhaka. Asked to bowl first, after a staggering opening spell from Mohammed Siraj, the visitors needed someone to keep the momentum and Malik did exactly that.

He came into the attack in 11 overs and made Shakib Al Hasan look clueless with his pace the entire over. The fast bowler made the all-rounder dance and wobble with his pace, beating edges and hitting some lusty blows on the head with over 150 kmph.

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After bowling a staggering maiden over, Umran then started his second over with a wicket. He sent the off-stump cartwheeling at 151kmph. He bowled a Jaffa to Najmul Hossain Shanto (21) to uproot his off-stump. He bowled a good length delivery to which the batter tried to push a drive into the off-side and was all hands in the process and the ball went to rattle the stumps.

Here’s the video of the wicket:

Fans on Twitter react as Umran  Malik bowls 151 kmph delivery to clean up Najmul Hossain Shanto in the second ODI against Bangladesh

As Umran Malik bowled a 151 kmph delivery to clean up Najmul Hossain Shanto in the second ODI against Bangladesh, fans on Twitter erupted in joy. They feel that the pacer will make a great trip with Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj in Cricket World Cup 2023 and the team should give him a longer rope. Here are some of the reactions:

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