Bhuvneshwar is certain for T20 World Cup, says Wasim Jaffer

While Hardik Pandya grabbed headlines with his all-round performance to score a half-century and take four wickets to break England’s top-order, Bhuvneshwar took the prized wicket of newly-appointed skipper Jos Buttler, who was dismissed for a first-ball duck. Were.

Butler was greeted with an in-swinger, which landed on off and swung back sharply. The captain tried a late flick, but the ball beat his defence, crossed the pads and shattered the leg-stump.

Bhuvi kept swinging the ball from both sides, conceding just 10 runs in his three overs at an impressive economy rate of 3.33. Jaffer felt that the bowler would enjoy on any surface, not just helpful wickets in England, and added that Bhuvi should be in India’s squad for the ICC T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November this year .

Jaffer was quoted by Royal Challengers as saying, “In international cricket, a bowler who swings the ball, most of his batsmen struggle, especially with the ball. exponents.” com.

“He (Bhuvi) is doing it right as he is back in the team and it’s great to see him perform well against a good batting line-up. I have no doubt in my mind that he is going to the world. Be in the Cup team. He is absolutely certain,” Jaffer said.

Former England spinner Ashley Giles echoed similar sentiments. “Will the ball swing that much in Australia? I don’t know, but if anyone swings, it will be Bhuvi. I think he has already made his name in that World Cup squad,” Giles said.

India’s fast bowling trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar, if included in the squad, will only need the Rohit Sharma-led side to win their second T20 World Cup.

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