From time to time new young players are entered into the Indian team. Some of these players are such that they perform brilliantly in the beginning and later get lost in the darkness of oblivion. There were three such deadly fast bowlers on the Indian cricket team, whose early career was very spectacular. But later they flopped. If these bowlers had got more chances, they would have been more dangerous than Jasprit Bumrah. Let's know about those three fast bowlers-

Irfan Pathan

Irfan Pathan started his cricket career in a very dangerous way in 2004. His bowling was amazing in the beginning. In 2004, he was also given the title of Emerging Player of the Year by the ICC. Irfan Pathan is the only Indian player to have taken a hat-trick in the first over. But Irfan Pathan did not get the opportunities he deserved in the Indian team.

RP Singh

RP Singh is one of those Indian fast bowlers who disappeared after a good start. RP Singh played the role of the Indian team in the 2007 T20 World Cup. But over time he lost his rhythm and proved to be very expensive.

Mohit Sharma

In the year 2013, Mohit Sharma made his international debut for India. At the beginning of his career, Mohit Sharma bowled very well. He used to trouble the batsmen a lot with his excellent swing and slow bowling. But from 2015 onwards his performance started declining and soon he was shown the way out of the Indian team.