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“Aap Hi Weak Bowler Dhundenge” – Bhuvneshwar Kumar Shuts Down A Reporter With An Epic Reply

Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar

The Indian cricket team has won the T20I series against England by 2-1. India has played an aggressive brand of cricket in England. They have shown great intent with the bat. India defeated England by 50 runs in the first T20I and by 49 runs in the second T20I. 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been the hero for the Indian team with the ball. Bhuvneshwar picked crucial wickets of Jason Roy and Jos Buttler in the second T20I. He grabbed the Player of the Match award for his brilliant spell. The veteran fast bowler has managed to swing the white ball in England in this series.

A few months back, Bhuvneshwar Kumar didn’t look in a good rhythm. He was bowling at a low pace with no swing. But he has found the rhythm in his bowling and making an impact for the Indian team. A reporter asked Bhuvneshwar if there is any weak link in the bowling attack of the Indian team.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave a sarcastic reply to it. Bhuvneshwar Kumar said,” Ek match mein agar maar padd gayi toh aap hi weak bowler dhundengey. Woh aap agle match mein dhund lena (If a bowler gets hit for runs, you guys will identify him as a weak bowler. Try finding him in the next game)”.


Bhuvneshwar Kumar wins Player of the Series award 

England defeated the Indian team by 17 runs in the last T20I on Sunday at Trent Bridge. Suryakumar Yadav played a mind-blowing knock to take India closer to victory, but it wasn’t good enough. The right-handed batter scored 117 runs in 55 balls which included 14 fours and six sixes in the run chase of 216 runs. It was a lone warrior knock by Suryakumar Yadav.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar won the Player of the Series award for his brilliant bowling in the T20I series. He was also the Player of the Series in the T20I series against South Africa. Bhuvneshwar Kumar said that he feels confident in his bowling right now and the ball is swinging the way he wants to.

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