Jasprit Bumrah is the hardest bowler to keep wickets: KL Rahul

MUMBAI: You are enjoying the role of the Indian team's wicketkeeper No. 1 in white ball format but KL Rahul still find Jasprit Bumrah It is difficult to maintain wickets among all Indian pacemakers.

Absolutely enjoying wicket custody. The hardest bowler to keep is @ Jaspritbumrah93, Rahul said in a question and answer session on his Twitter account on Sunday. The 28-year-old right-handed hitter, who has played 36 Tests, 32 ODIS and 42 T20Is, began saving limited local series wickets against Australia and then donned gloves during the New Zealand tour.



Rahul also said that the IPL 2016 with the Royal Challengers Bangalore It was a season that defined his career for him.

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Rahul, who has shared the locker room with Chris Gayle In RCB, he described the aggressive West Indies hitter as a clever cricketer.

As a batting partner, it's amazing. I first met @henrygayle when I was with RCB. The best conversations I had with Chris are on the field. He is an intelligent cricketer and plans his game. It's great to have him on the team and he's very youth-friendly too, he said.



The Karnataka hitter, who made his test debut against Australia in December 2014 in Melbourne, also said it was a special feeling to get his test cap from Mahendra Singh Dhoni .

It was a special and emotional moment for me. I never thought I would have a chance to play in the series and it was a special feeling to get that cap from Ms dhoni Rahul said.

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