[WATCH]- Nic Maddinson’s hilarious imitation of Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling style during Western Australia vs Victoria in Sheffield Shield final

Nic Maddinson tried to copy Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah's bowling action. This spectacle made everyone laugh.

Nic Maddinson
Nic Maddinson and Bumrah

Victoria player Nic Maddinson was seen hilariously imitating Indian Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling action on Monday during the Sheffield Shield final. The video of his bowling was shared by Cricket Australia, and suddenly it became a viral one.

Spearhead Jasprit Bumrah is known for his unorthodox bowling action. In the earlier times of his career, he was under doubt on whether the peculiar action would strain his body or not due to the tough action. But he proved all wrong and came out as one of the most important bowlers of his time. His global reach is such that even Nic Maddison, who is a batter, attempted to bowl ‘The Bumrah’ style.

Nic Maddinson, on the first ball of the 160th over in the final of the Sheffield Shield in Australia, did something different during his run-up with shorter steps. It was a light-hearted moment as the game was heading towards a draw. The batter decided to let the ball go as the ball landed wide.

Here is Maddinson imitating Bumrah’s bowling action:

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“Well bowled Bumrah…”- Nic Maddinson’s delivery left everyone in splits

Nic Maddinson
Nic Maddinson and Bumrah

Nic Maddinson cracked everyone into a laugh by his imitation of Jasprit Bumrah. The wicketkeeper, fielder at the slips and the commentators had a smile on their faces. Even the commentators said on air: “Well…well bowled Bumrah.” Even Maddison had a huge smile on his face while bowling the left-arm Jasprit Bumrah.

Meanwhile, in the final match, Victoria won the toss and chose to bowl. Western Australia scored 386 in their first innings. Victoria, their first innings, were bundled out for 306. In their second innings, they declared it at 400/7 with an 80-run lead. As the final ended in a draw, Western Australia were declared the winners of Sheffield Shield 2021-22.

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