ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Bhuvneshwar Kumar feels Indian Bowlers can perform on any pitches


Bhuvneshwar Kumar has undoubtedly become a vital part of the Indian cricket team over the last few years. With his ability to swing the ball early on along with bowling crucial death overs, Kohli will be banking on Kumar to deliver the goods in England.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar also was a part of the team that travelled for the 2015 World Cup and now is all set to travel to England with the team in the pursuit of becoming the World Champions.

The pacer feels there has been a considerable improvement in him as a bowler in comparison to the bowler he was in the last world cup with the addition of knuckleballs, slower balls in his arsenal.

Kumar adds that the Indian bowling unit has grown from strength to strength and is confident of the Indian bowlers making an impact on any kind of wickets. He understands that the wickets in England have gotten more and more flat with time, but feels that India has bowlers for both the start of the innings as well as the end of the innings.

Bhuvneshwar spoke about how the IPL has given much-needed match practice for the players just before the World Cup. He hopes to take the confidence and the rhythm that he attained in the IPL to the grandest stage available for a cricketer.