Asia Cup: This is how Jasprit Bumrah responded to trollsLast updated on Sep 30, 2018, 06:31 pm
Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has shown us the way on how to respond to trolls on social media.
The bowler put up a post on Twitter with a sarcastic reply, hitting back at the trolling brigade.
He was superb for India in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2018 and picked 8 wickets.
The in-form bowler played a major hand as India retained the title.
Bumrah's fitting reply
Bumrah's attack aimed towards Jaipur Police
This post by Bumrah was aimed towards Jaipur Traffic Police.
The state's Traffic Police had used one of his no-ball images on a signboard to spread awareness about traffic rules in 2017.
The people, behind the idea, had put up the image on the advertising board with a caption reading, "Don't cross the line. You know it can be costly."
He was left unimpressed.
When Bumrah took a dig at Jaipur Traffic Police
Bumrah was hurt by this campaign in June 2017.
He had hit back at Jaipur Traffic Police for putting up his image on the advertising board and said this is what one gets for giving his best for the country.
He also took a dig by saying that they didn't need to worry as he won't make fun of the mistakes they make.
Jaipur Traffic Police had issued an apology
The Jaipur Traffic Police had issued a statement saying that their intention wasn't to hurt the sentiments of the bowler and neither the cricket fans, but it was done to create awareness about safety. But by then, the damage had already been done.
Bumrah's infamous no-ball in Champions Trophy
Bumrah's infamous no-ball had given Pakistan's Zaman an early life in the ICC Champions Trophy final, last year.
Zaman went on to amass a brilliant 114 as Pakistan posted 338/4.
India then were bowled out for a paltry score of 158 runs.
As a result, Pakistan pocketed the final and the coveted trophy.
But Bumrah has now made amends in the Asia Cup 2018.