Indian team that is in deep pursuit of death overs, Jasprit Bumrah has made a name for himself with the Indian Premier League

Gujarat's lightly built pacer has excelled in the art of bowling inch-perfect yorkers as a student under Lasith Malinga

Having been a consistent player in the home circuit, Bumrah has been a danger to strikers at Ranji's level since he started playing.

The inevitable call came to an end as Bumrah, accompanied by an Indian team heading to Australia as a substitute for Mohammad Shami

a junior fast bowler at India's next world championships - ICC Champions' Trophy in 2017

Only one question remained. Could Bumrah be an effective test Bowler? He showed his passion and skill in red cricket

He was awarded the Test cap in January 2018 in South Africa, and showed off his familiarity with the skiddy nippers

Bumrah's reputation will grow exponentially as he takes on the hottest Test cricket in his first year for whites

Bumrah made a name for himself by being different. A short run followed by a snappy bowling with his strong arms like bones

In 2017, he had made himself the team's skipper, even before Malinga, as evidenced by the decision to give him the Super Over

Bumrah threw MI to the final by winning a 3/7 match in three overs in the second Qualifier against KKR,

Bumrah has been one of three players to be retained by MI in 2018. And he regained his faith by finishing the season