After 15 months and three days, Bhuvneshwar Kumar picks up an international wicket
It was a considerable delay however Bhuvneshwar Kumar at last got back to get a wicket in international cricket. Bhuvneshwar dismissed England opening batsman Jos Buttler for a brilliant duck, getting him out LBW in the first over of the second T20I among India and England in Ahmedabad. In all honesty, it was the quick bowler’s first wicket in international cricket after 15 months and four days.
When a backbone of India’s quick bowling office, before Sunday, Bhuvneshwar last got a wicket during a T20I against West Indies on December 11, 2019 in Mumbai before a series of wounds precluded him. At first out because of a crotch injury, Bhuvneshwar chipped away at his wellness before the lockdown was forced.
Indeed, even once the lockdown was lifted and cricket continued, Bhuvneshwar had brought up of being stressed of getting not many niggles upon return. He began playing the IPL 2020 for Sunrisers Hyderabad, yet his mission was sliced short because of a thigh injury, which he supported while bowling in a match against Chennai Super Kings.
After serious restoration at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, Bhuvneshwar was headed for recuperation prior to getting back to activity in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, where he played four counterparts for his state group Uttar Pradesh.
This is only Bhuvneshwar’s second international game since the West Indies T20I. In the first game, Bhuvneshwar bowled just two overs and returned figures of 0/15 as England openers Buttler and Jason Roy attacked him in the Powerplay.