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T20 World Cup: India needs old Bhuvi back with the new ball

T20 World Cup: India needs old Bhuvi back with the new ball, Six Sports

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been giving opportunity in the T20 world cup. However, he has yet to demonstrate positive results with the new ball. Jasprit Bumrah is well-known for his death-defying bowling in the last overs. Team India, on the other hand, requires an early-overs bowler. It’s been a long time since they’ve both given it their all in the duo.

B Kumar has been doing his job for India for quite some time but not recently. Team India must also collect early wickets if they want to outperform their opponents. India continues to rely on Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

In the last year, Bhuvneshwar has had to go through two surgeries. And he hasn’t been himself since then. Meanwhile, the team has a vital opportunity to perform. And all players must be in top shape and deliver what is expected. The bowling lineup, on the other hand, appears to be unsettled and unconvinced.

The bowlers let Team India down in the match against Pakistan. Even before their allotted 20 overs were up, Pakistan had chased down 152. They also didn’t lose a single wicket and completely destroyed Indian bowlers.

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Former India left-arm pacer Ashish Nehra believes that following the inconsistency in Bhuvi’s and Hardik’s bowling forms, as well as the frequent injury difficulties. Who would be the best fit for the team?

Shardul Thakur and Mohammed Shami would be the best Team India could come up with given the scenario and availability, until they find a replacement for Hardik Pandya for the remainder of the T20 World Cup. Thakur can bat as well, and he’s skilled with both his knucle and slower deliveries, which might aid India’s quest for the ealry wickets.

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