Bumrah drawing inspiration from Dhoni ahead of captaincy debut

The pacer has experienced meteoric rise in international cricket, including the five-day version in which he is only four seasons old, having made his Test debut in January 2018.

Accidental India captain Jasprit Bumrah feels leading the Indian team is the biggest achievement of his career

and he would go into the rescheduled fifth Test remembering the wise words of Mahendra Singh Dhoni,

who had no captaincy experience but went on to achieve phenomenal success as leader.

Taking on an in-form England side will be a big challenge but Bumrah is up for it. “The taste of success feels good when there is pressure

 am always up for responsibilities and I love to be in tough challenges. As a cricketer

you always want to test yourself in deep waters. I have spoken to many cricketers.

“I remember speaking to MS (Dhoni), and he told me that he never captained any side before he led India for the first time

Now, he is remembered as one of the most successful captains of all time. “So, I am focusing on how I can help the team