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Armed with an anomalous, sling-arm action and natural pace, Jasprit Bumrah first arrived on the cricketing circuit as the bowler, with an unorthodox action, who had everyone wondering whether he was really bowling legal deliveries. But, the more we got to see of this speedster, the better he got with his bowling skills. Today, he is not just some guy who bowls with a weird action, rather the 26-year-old has become a vital cog in the Indian bowling department. His deceit in line and length and variation in speed has established him as one of the most effective bowlers in the death overs in international cricket. © Reuters He might have struggled with his lower back stress in the past few months, but the right-arm seamer has had his fair share of glory this year. Bumrah won the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with Mumbai Indians (MI). He also became only the third Indian to take a hat-trick in Test cricket earlier in August. And, ends 2019 as the world's no. 1 bowler in One-Day International (ODI) cricket. 2019 has been a year of accomplishments, learning, hard work and making memories, on the field and off it too. And on the last day of the year, I'm looking forward to everything that 2020 has to offer! ðªð¼ pic.twitter.com/YishbcuYWO — Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) December 31, 2019 But, he is neither done, nor satisfied with all that he achieved this year. In fact, the Indian bowling spearhead is already looking forward to whatsoever 2020 has to offer. Taking note of his accomplishments in 2019, Bumrah tweeted a series of photographs with a caption that read: "2019 has been a year of accomplishments, learning, hard work and making memories, on the field and off it too. And on the last day of the year, I'm looking forward to everything that 2020 has to offer!". © Reuters The right-arm seamer has been India's go-to bowler across all formats. He has so far represented India in 12 Tests, 58 ODIs and 42 T20Is, taking 62, 103 and 51 wickets respectively. After staying away from the field since August, Bumrah will be eager to set the ball rolling when he returns in Team India colours for the three-match T20I series against Sri Lanka which is slated to begin from 5th January in Guwahati. He has also been included in India's ODI squad for the three-match series against Australia, scheduled to begin from 14th January. View the full article
It took a long time for Wonder Woman to get her due. Long after such male characters as Superman, Batman, Iron Man and even Aquaman and Ant-Man made the leap from comic books to the silver screen -- and 76 years after she first appeared in print -- "Wonder Woman" the film made a splashy debut this weekend on North American screens, netting just over $100 million. The Warner Bros. and DC Comics film had generated a huge buzz, based partly on a critical reception that was unusually warm for a superhero film; it got a 93 percent rating on the Rotten Tomatoes website. The movie was helped as well by the attraction of Israeli star Gal Gadot, known for her part in the popular "Fast and Furious" series, as the fit and fearless Amazonian. The film's estimated $100.5 million take for the three-day weekend helped director Patty Jenkins break another glass ceiling, with the best domestic opening for a female director. And it placed the movie far above the second-leading film, another new release, "Captain Underpants: The First Epic movie," which took in $23.5 million, according to website Exhibitor Relations. "Underpants," an animation from Fox, is a different kind of superhero movie: Based on a popular series of children's books by Dav Pilkey, it tells the story of two students who use hypnosis to persuade the school's principal he is a superhero. In third place was Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," the fifth installment in the popular franchise starring Johnny Depp. It took in $21.6 million, just over a quarter its previous week's net. In fourth was another Disney production, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," at $9.7 million. The lighthearted story of a band of misfit space adventurers -- played by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel -- has taken in $355.5 million domestically since it opened on May 5. "Baywatch," a Paramount production starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron in a story about deeply tanned and ridiculously fit California lifeguards who uncover a murky criminal plot, placed fifth at $8.5 million. Rounding out the top 10 were: "Alien: Covenant" ($4.0 million) "Everything, Everything" ($3.3 million) "Snatched" ($1.3 million) "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul" ($1.2 million) "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" ($1.2 million)