Four Indian pacers who are good at death bowling
. In the last few years, batting teams including India have found a way to clobber plenty of runs in the final five overs.
Updated - Dec 1, 2019 1:33 pm
The Meerut-born pacer has been struggling of late for form because of recurring injuries. Bhuvneshwar Kumar last featured for India in the month of August against the West Indies in a One-day international at Port Of Spain. Having made his white-ball debut in 2012, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has the habit of outsmarting the batsmen with his deadly in swingers with the new ball.
Not only this, the 29-year old made a habit to curb the run-flow and pick wickets at the back end by regularly bowling in the blockhole and not giving batsmen any room. Along with Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar became a headache for batting line-ups all around the globe since both had the knack of troubling the batsmen at all the stages of the game.
Although the speedster remains one of the first-choice bowlers for India in limited-overs cricket, he needs to raise the bar by becoming consistent again. With many fast bowlers waiting in the wings, the 29-year old requires to make every chance count.