Bhuvneshwar Kumar Names The Best Batsman Of The World

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar Names The Best Batsman Of The World

India’s swing sensation Bhuvneshwar Kumar set up India’s tour of South Africa beautifully by reducing the hosts to 12/3 within just one hour of play in the first test at Cape Town. Bhuvneshwar ended with 4 wickets as the Proteas were all out for a moderate total of 286. Bhuvneshwar Kumar ended with figures of …


India’s swing sensation Bhuvneshwar Kumar set up India’s tour of South Africa beautifully by reducing the hosts to 12/3 within just one hour of play in the first test at Cape Town. Bhuvneshwar ended with 4 wickets as the Proteas were all out for a moderate total of 286.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Names The Best Batsman Of The World

Bhuvneshwar Kumar ended with figures of 4 for 87 and was the pick of the Indian bowlers in the first innings of the ongoing first test.

BHUVI DISAPPOINTED

Despite the great show put up by the young pacer, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is still a little disappointed as he believes that India could have bowled better. Bhuvneshwar Kumar said that he feels that the team went on to concede 25-30 extra runs which should not have been the case after the kind of start the team got.

Speaking about the first day’s play, Bhuvneshwar Kumar said, “to be honest we could have bowled better. We gave away 25-30 extra runs”

 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Names The Best Batsman Of The World

While Bhuvneshwar Kumar troubled the South African batsmen throughout, other bowlers went on to concede a lot many boundaries and AB De Villiers was just amazing in the manner in which he took the counter-attack to the bowlers.

Speaking on the fierce counterattack, Bhuvi said, “AB is best in the world, you have to be at your best to bowl to him. His counterattack hurt us.”

INDIA PUT UP A POOR BATTING SHOW

The first day of the Cape Town test match was quite exciting. 13 wickets falling on day 1 is something neither the two would have thought of.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Names The Best Batsman Of The World

After South African top order crumbled, Indian innings seemed more like a flashback at India too lost the top 3 in quick successions as the lethal South African pace attack got rid of first Murali Vijay then Dhawan and then the Indian skipper.

India is now in trouble having lost 3 wickets for 28 and now the onus is on Cheteshwar Pujara to once again guide the team out of trouble.