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Jake Fraser-McGurk Smashes Jasprit Bumrah In IPL 2024 Encounter
By CricShots - Apr 27, 2024 4:38 pm
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In the ongoing IPL 2024 clash between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians, Australian powerhouse Jake Fraser-McGurk set the stage on fire with his explosive batting. Taking the opening position for DC, the dynamic right-hander launched a fierce assault on MI’s bowling attack, delivering a dazzling start for the home side.

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Fraser-McGurk’s onslaught began in the very first over against MI’s Luke Wood, as he unleashed a barrage of boundaries, showcasing his aggressive intent from the outset. However, it was his confrontation with the renowned MI speedster Jasprit Bumrah that stole the spotlight.

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Facing Bumrah’s lethal deliveries, Jake Fraser-McGurk remained undeterred, punishing the ace pacer with two boundaries and a towering six. With impeccable timing and power-packed shots, the Australian batsman dominated the usually formidable Bumrah, accumulating crucial runs for DC.


Jasprit Bumrah’s first over proved costly for MI, conceding 18 runs as Jake Fraser-McGurk’s onslaught continued unabated. With his explosive fifty, DC raced to an impressive 92 for one in 6 overs, firmly establishing their dominance in the match.

Meanwhile, MI captain Hardik Pandya confirmed the absence of their key pacer Gerald Coetzee from the playing XI due to a minor stomach ailment. In his place, MI introduced English bowler Luke Wood, who makes his second appearance in the IPL 2024 season.

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Pandya revealed Coetzee’s unavailability during the toss, citing a stomach bug as the reason for his absence. Luke Wood, who last played in MI’s season opener against Gujarat Titans, now steps in to fill the void left by Coetzee. The shuffle in MI’s lineup adds intrigue to the highly anticipated clash between the two powerhouse teams.