Bhuvneshwar Kumar Spill Beans on the Toughest Batsman He Has Bowled
Indian National Cricket Team have landed in London to play the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 starting from May 30. The performance of the bowlers will be key in the forthcoming tournament considering that England have produced flat wickets in recent times. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who will be crucial to India’s success in the marquee event recently revealed the toughest batsman he has bowled.
Bhuvneshwar reveals the toughest batsman
Meanwhile, Kumar looked out of socks in the recently concluded IPL. Bhuvneshwar Kumar returned with 13 wickets from 15 games and shelled runs at an economy rate of 7.81, quite the opposite to his usual character. Although he escaped the wrath of his teammates David Warner and Jonny Bairstow, Bhuvneswar went up against the likes of Hardik Pandya, Andre Russell, Chris Gayle, KL Rahul to name a few.
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In a recent chat with Cricbuzz, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has revealed the toughest to bowl at. The cricketer from Uttar Pradesh picked his teammate David Warner and Kolkata Knight Riders‘ Andre Russell as the hardest hitter of the ball. Both Warner and Russell were at their personal best in the recently concluded IPL. While Warner finished as the highest run-scorer, Russell walked away with the award of the most valuable player.
“Going by IPL, Andre Russell was superb while my SRH teammate – David Warner – too was in great touch. They are the kind of players who can take the game away from you and it’s imperative that you are at your best while bowling to them,” he said.
We have a potent attack
Bhuvneshwar Kumar will have to hit the strides soon as India are touring with three specialist pacers and one short will prove costly for the whole team. And considering the pitches in England, the bowlers will have to be on their toes every time. Kumar seemed confident about his team’s chances as he said that they have a strong bowling line-up. Kumar added that all will depend on how the teams execute their plans on a given day.
“I agree that pitches in England in the last few years have been flat, but teams will be wary of India’s bowling unit since we can be potent both at the start and at the death. It will all boil down to how we execute the plans on the given day,” he concluded.
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