Former Pakistani bowler Mohammad Amir is glad to see the rise of Indian pacers, as he praised Arshdeep Singh, Mohammed Siraj, and Jasprit Bumrah for their growth.
Amir believes that Singh is the reliable left-arm pacer that Indian selectors have been looking for.
“Arshdeep can be a very good left-arm pacer. India needs one who can consistently bowl at 135-140,” Amir said.
Aside from Singh, Amir also tipped his hat off to pacers Siraj and Bumrah
“From last two or three years, the most impressive has been Mohammed Siraj.”
“The way he has improved in white-ball cricket, it’s a good sign for Indian cricket.
“The way (Muhammed) Shami and Bumrah are performing after injury.”
Amir is glad to see the growth of Indian cricket, particularly the rotation policy that allows bowlers to stay fresh in meeting the demands of international cricket.
“Indian cricket is growing every day.
“Their set-up, their leadership, whenever they bring one youngster, they give full time, which is very good,”
“They also now understand how to keep their pace bowlers fresh. In every series, they have a rotation policy.
(Jasprit) Bumrah, (Mohammed) Shami, (Mohammed) Siraj, they are not playing all the matches and series.
“I think the future of Indian fast bowling holds is good.”