Won the series, but what will you do with Bhuvi, if he does not fall in the World Cup, let him take

Hyderabad: Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the most experienced bowler in the current Indian squad. Despite this, this thing seems to be doing more harm than good to the team. Bhuvi, who has bowled well in the powerplays, is proving to be costly in the death overs. Looting runs. He is being severely beaten up. This series, which started with the Asia Cup, continues unabated in the ongoing T20 series against Australia. In such a situation, his form before the World T20 is a matter of tension for Rohit and Paltan.

39 runs in 3 overs

Batting first after losing the toss, Australia gave 187/7 runs at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. Indian batsmen may have chased the score, but once again Bhuvneshwar Kumar proved to be the most expensive bowler. Rohit did not even give him the full four overs. But in these 3 overs, he conceded 39 runs at an economy of 13 runs per over. 12 runs in the first over of the innings. Coming back in the fifth over, Bhuvi took the big wicket of Chris Green (52 off 21 balls) giving away just 6 runs. But the 18th over was the heaviest. Tim David smashed 21 runs with the help of three sixes.

Death overs Bhuvi’s big weakness

Due to this weakness of Bhuvneshwar in the Asia Cup too, India had to lose many important matches. He had conceded 19 runs in the 19th over against Pakistan. He had scored 14 runs in the 19th over against Sri Lanka. In the current series, in the first T20 against Australia, 16 runs were given in the 19th over and India lost the match. This time again in the third and final match, he spent 21 runs while bowling the 19th over.

Harshal Patel one step ahead

After the Asia Cup, there were speculations that the pressure would be relieved from Bhuvi after the return of Harshal Patel and Jasprit Bumrah in the team. But Harshal Patel also looked colorless after the injury. In the death overs, he is also getting beaten up like Bhuvneshwar. Harshal Patel is at the top of the Indian bowlers with the most runs in the death overs in T20 Internationals. Harshal has conceded runs at an economy of 11.50 during the death overs in his career.

Surya-Virat got India the series

Australia set India a target of 187 runs thanks to the smoky innings of Tim David (54) and Cameron Green (52). Australia scored 186 runs in 20 overs for the loss of seven wickets. Axar Patel took three wickets for India. At the same time, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal and Harshal Patel took one wicket each. In response, Suryakumar Yadav (69) and Virat Kohli (63) gave victory to the Indian team.

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