ENG vs IND | Bhuvneshwar Kumar doesn’t mind his injury history: Never thought my India career was over
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has appeared in the last two matches for India, scoring four goals in total. He was productive at the top with his bowling shot against England.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrates his header against England. (Allowed: Reuters)
- Bhuvneshwar Kumar clean sheet Jos Buttler in the first game
- Kumar is back from a string of injuries in 2020/21
- Ordinary people had a beautiful IPL with SunRisers Hyderabad
Indian tennis player Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been in great form towards the end of the year. After a successful start in the Indian Premier League against SunRisers Hyderabad, Kumar made a strong statement about his place in the T20 World Cup squad, following his comeback performance for the national team.
Kumar, who has been plagued with fitness problems over the past few years, has surprised everyone with his consistency for the national team. Asked by reporters during a press conference about his fitness challenge and whether he believes his India career is over, the right-armer said he never thought of that.
“I never thought it was like that for me, but yes, I’ve worked with coaches, coaches and do my thing. And of course, when you leave the game, you You will never be confident. You just have to, feel a little disappointed or frustrated, but you want to come back. And luckily, I know that I am back and (I) play for India again. .”
Kumar was at the top of the line on the bowling team, swaying the white ball in the light. This got the upperclassmen in trouble, essentially setting the tone for the rest of the rounds.
“When the ball rotates, you definitely enjoy. In recent years, the ball in England has not been much, but this year it is more. The white ball receiving the swing in advance is a factor that motivates fast bowlers and bowlers to take their chances. We know Buttler is a dangerous player. If the ball rotates, I go get a racket and it works. If the ball rotates, it motivates you to do things against a particular hitter,” he said.
India’s bowling lineup has been shaped quite beautifully before the T20 World Cup. With the return of Hardik Pandya, India were able to find their intermediate order enforcer and have won back-to-back matches against England by a huge margin.
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