Salman Butt raised questions on Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling, said- why are fast bowlers doing slow bowling

India lost by 4 wickets to Australia in the first T20 game. Salman Butt, a former captain of Pakistan, claimed following this game that Bhuvneshwar Kumar‘s bowling was ineffective against a strong batting lineup.

In the opening T20 game against Australia, the Indian fast bowlers again fell short. Harshal Patel gave up 49 runs in four overs while Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave up 52 runs in four overs. Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, on the other hand, conceded 42 runs in 3.2 overs. These three bowlers combined to give up 143 runs. India, who batted first in this game, set Australia a lofty goal of 209 runs. However, the host team defeated them by 4 wickets.

Salman Butt, a former captain of Pakistan, claimed after the game that Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling was ineffective against a strong batting lineup. Butt stated, “Bhuvi grabbed 5 wickets for just 4 runs in 4 overs against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup, although Afghanistan’s batting line-up is relatively weak.”

Salman Butt, a bowler for Bhuvneshwar Kumar, lacked swing.

I don’t understand how you managed to get Bhuvneshwar Kumar to bowl in the vital overs, Butt continued. It was the incorrect choice. In this game, Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling lacked both edge and swing. Bhuvi is effective with the new ball because it swings, Butt claimed. After the powerplay, Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling doesn’t appear to be much of a threat to a strong batting lineup.

Why Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik have not been given the opportunity: Salman However

It is beyond my comprehension why a fast bowler is slow bowling, as Salman Butt stated about fast bowler Harshal Patel. The most important question is why quick bowlers like Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik, who represent India, aren’t given a chance. For a fast bowler, slow bowling is not a good thing.

Let us inform you that there is a rumor that Jasprit Bumrah could rejoin the Indian team for their upcoming encounter. Let us inform you that Nagpur will host the second game of the three-match T20 series.

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