World Cup: Why Rivals Are Wary Of India’s Bowling Attack at World Cup


The swing expert Bhuvneshwar Kumar has gone through a lot in his worldwide profession. At one phase, he was the prime quick bowler for India however the wounds have seen him avoid the group. By the time when he returned Jasprit Bumrah became the first-choice bowler while Mohammed Shami also improved leaps and bounds

The 29-year-old is a key individual from the twice title holders’ three-pronged pace assault, which additionally incorporates Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah.

Bhuvneshwar past visit to England isn’t something he will recall affectionately. He disturbed back damage which constrained his visit to end rashly. For Bhuvneshwar, 2018 was every year to overlook with conflicting exhibitions and repeating wellness issues which saw his numbers endure a monstrous shot.

Despite that, Bhuvneshwar Kumar never lost trust in his capacities and improved his pace and varieties. Presently, he is with Shami and Bumrah in the ICC World Cup 2019 playing for the Indian National Cricket Team.

ndia's Bowling Attack at World Cup

Is this India’s Best bowling attack?

Bhuvneshwar Kumar doesn’t want to mention that this would be the best fast bowling attack. In any case, he is sufficiently certain that the present assault can perform on any sort of wicket. He trusts that the numbers they enlisted will represent themselves

”I don’t want to comment on whether we are the best or not because our performance on the field is what will define our attack. Our performances over the last few years speak for us. The Indian bowling attack has grown from strength to strength. Today, we can say that our pace attack can make an impact on any surface,” he added.

Well, the trio Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami are the present best bowlers in the Indian cricket for the ICC World Cup 2019. They have built up the expected fixings to convey for the group on some random conditions