Indian Bowlers Can Attack on Any Surface
India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has battled for structure and order as far back as he harmed his back amid the ODI arrangement in England in 2018.
Subsequent to experiencing an awful 2018, where he oversaw only 11 wickets in 14 ODIs, the 29-year-old ricocheted back in style with 19 wickets in 10 ODIs this year. Be that as it may, the Meerut-conceived pacer, who had won the Purple Cap on the past two events in IPL, was a long way from his best in the T20 league.
Bhuvneshwar snatched 13 scalps in 15 matches with an economy rate of 7.81 and at a normal of 35.46 as Sunrisers Hyderabad lost to Delhi Capitals in the eliminator. The pacer's absence of structure has been a stress for Indian fans with the World Cup quick drawing nearer.
Yet, Bhuvneshwar communicated that he's content with how things are "going right now" and included that the pace trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and him can have an effect on any sort of surface and condition.
"Every last one of us has our own qualities that we convey to the bowling unit. It is dependably something to be thankful for that whoever is getting an opportunity in the playing XI has been performing great. As a bowling unit — we back ourselves to do well in any conditions," Bhuvneshwar told TOI.
The 2019 World Cup will be Bhuvneshwar's second cooperation in the super occasion and the accomplished quick bowler feels the key for bowlers in England will execute their arrangements appropriately.
"I concur that contributes England over the most recent couple of years have been level, yet groups will be careful about India's bowling unit since we can be strong both toward the begin and at the demise. It will all come down to how we execute the plans on the given day," he said.