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We were short of 15 to 20 runs, It happens in cricket says Jasprit Bumrah | Oneindia News

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We were short of 15 to 20 runs, It happens in cricket says Jasprit Bumrah | Oneindia News

We were short of 15 to 20 runs, It happens in cricket says Jasprit Bumrah | Oneindia News

Jasprit Bumrah’s penultimate over where he dismissed debutant Peter Handscomb and yorked Nathan Coulter-Nile off successive deliveries nearly helped India escape to victory, Bumrah, who finished on 3/16 from four overs having also got Aaron Finch out leg-before.Everybody could have taken a little more responsibility (while batting) but this happens said bumrah #IndiaVsAustralia #1stT20I #JaspritBumrah #PressConference

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