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The Indian bowlers have been wanting on good batting pitches. There have been good bowlers for India in the past. But there are few Indian bowlers in the limited overs format who have conceded lots of run for India. Here we look at the 5 Indian bowlers with most runs conceded in T20 and ODI format.

  1. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar Kumar went to all parts of the ground. He went for 106 runs in 10 overs picking up only 1 wicket. This match was played at Wankedhe Stadium, Mumbai on 25th October 2015 against South Africa. From the start the South African batsmen went after him and put the pressure on Kumar. In the death overs, AB De Villiers smashed Kumar to all parts of the ground and helped South Africa to post a massive total. He bowled the second most expensive spells in ODI cricket. He picked only 1 wicket only during that innings.

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