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Bhuvaneshwar stated that, "I'm contented with my performance and got intentions to play red ball cricket. I will take this IPL opportunity to prepare myself for red ball." With ICC WTC championship final to be played in June, Kumar will be eager to see him making through the squad.
In the post-match presentation, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar spoke about his return and intentions in his career ahead. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar reckoned there always exists a space for improvement, in spite performing greatly on the batting surface he wished he could have been better at Knucle balls and few variations.
In April 2019, he was named in India's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup but he was ruled out for many matches in the middle due to a leg injury. Bhuvaneshwar returned to the limited over format after months and impressed everyone. He took 4 wickets at a wonderful economy of 6.33 in the recently concluded 5-match T20 series and helped India to take the trophy in the decider. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar end up being the second leading wicket taker in the ODI series bagging 6 Englishmen at a wondrous economy of 4.65.
On asking if he sensed any change in the team culture, Bhuvi replied, "The Culture is still some, we as a team has had always focused on Fitness. I'm trying to make amends in that department." The right arm faster praised shardul thakur by implying that his performance has improved a lot lately and he has improved in batting quite well. "He came at a second chang and there is barely any swing yet he bowled great enough to bag wickets and i think he singlehandedly changed the game." he added.
England's approach lately has been destructive and thorough. Bhuvaneshwar made it clear by saying, "We are aware of their approach, they mostly play conventional shots but if we keep bowling properly they will give me a shot at taking wickets."
On his international debut, a T20I match against Pakistan in December 2012, he took a three-wicket haul, and in the ODI series that followed, he made his One Day International debut. After his five-wicket haul against South Africa in the first T20I in February 2018, Kumar became the first Indian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in all formats of the game