15 Unknow facts about Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Hello guys welcome to this article, so in this article we will going to talk about Unknow facts about Bhuvneshwar Kumar. A baller who made a stunning debut against Pakistan in 2012 has never looked back since. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the best swing bowler of the current Indian team. Along with Bhuvi, fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah also always remains a cause of trouble for the opposition team.

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15 Unknow facts about Bhuvneshwar Kumar:

Playing style:

Kumar is a right-arm medium pacer who swings the ball efficiently both ways and has recently enhanced his death bowling skills. He is a useful lower order batsman.

The Wicket Of Sachin Tendulkar:

There was a time when taking the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar was the dream of many bowlers and Bhuvi’s wish was definitely fulfilled. He troubled Sachin throughout the Ranji Trophy matches before dismissing him for a golden duck. This was the first time that Sachin Tendulkar was out for a duck in first-class cricket.

International debut:

Kumar made his debut in international cricket in a T20 match against Pakistan in December 2012. He bowled Nasir Jamshed on the last ball of his first over. In his next over, he dismissed Umar Akmal and then took the wicket of Mohammad Hafeez, taking Pakistan’s score to 12/3 in 3 overs. He finished with figures of 3/9 from his 4 overs.

First-class debut:

After consistently performing well in age group cricket, he was selected for the Uttar Pradesh team in the first-class domestic season in 2007. He made his first-class debut at the age of 17 against Bengal in the Ranji Trophy. He took three wickets for 25 runs in the first innings and did not get any wickets in the second innings.

Childhood Dream:

As a child, Bhuvneshwar always wanted to become an army officer. He wanted to serve the country by joining the Indian Army. However, destiny had other plans for him and he became an admirable Indian cricketer.

Partnership with MS Dhoni:

He soon made his Test debut against Australia in the 2013 Border Gavaskar Trophy in Chennai. Although he did not get any wicket in the first innings, he performed well with the bat. He made a partnership of 140 runs with MS Dhoni for the 9th wicket and took India’s total score to 572 runs. He scored 38 runs, which is the highest score by a number 10 Indian batsman on debut. He did not get any wicket again in the second innings. His first wicket came in the second innings of his second Test.

Cementing his place with ODI debut:

He also made his ODI debut on this tour. He made an even better start to his ODI career as he dismissed Mohammad Hafeez on the very first ball of the over. He finished with figures of 2/27 from his 9 overs, in a match India lost by 6 wickets. With impressive economy and good swing bowling performances, he cemented his place in the Indian team.

Support Sister:

Bhuvi had his eye on cricket and loved playing it and it was his sister who recognized his talent. She urged Bhuvneshwar to play more cricket and even took him to a professional coaching camp when he was just 13 years old.

Champion Trophy:

India won the Champions Trophy in 2013 and Bhuvneshwar Kumar played a key role in India’s victory as he often got them early wickets. After the tournament, he was selected in the Team of the Tournament.

The Dramatic Tour To England:

India’s tour of England in 2013 was very bad and they had to face defeat by 1-3. However, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been extremely impressive during the tour. He was named Indian Player of the Series for his all-round performances. Not only did he take 5/82 at Nottingham and 6/82 at Lord’s, but he also scored at number 9, with three half-centuries to his name.

Three Half Century:

He scored 58 and 63* in the first Test of the 2014 tour against England and followed that up with 52 in the second innings of the second Test, thus becoming the first Indian No. 9 to score three fifties in a series. He scored 247 runs in the four-match series.

The Wicket Of Sachin:

Even before he could trouble the big stars of the international circuit, he had dismissed Sachin Tendulkar for a duck. 19-year-old Bhuvi achieved this feat during the 2008-09 Ranji Trophy final. This was the first time that Sachin Tendulkar was out for a duck in first-class cricket.

Shy Guy:

After Rahul Dravid, he is the epitome of gentility; This would certainly not be an exaggeration. Bhuvneshwar is a soft-spoken and shy personality by nature.

First Class Ton:

During the second semi-final of the Duleep Trophy in 2012, Bhuvneshwar showed his class with the bat. Playing for Central Zone, against North Zone, he came to bat at number 8 and scored 128 runs off 253 balls to give his team a lead in the first innings. This is his only century in FC cricket.

The Best ODI Figures:

His best ODI performance came against Sri Lanka in the tri-nation series which also included the West Indies. In the pre-final match, he took 4/8 from his 6 overs in a rain-affected match. Surprised by his spell, the Sri Lankan team was bundled out for 96 runs.


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