On his birthday, Bhuvneshwar Kumar reveals he cried a lot over India’s 1999 World Cup loss to New Zealand |

New Delhi: Indian team fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrates his 31st birthday today. On this special occasion, he shared a privileged moment of his life with the people. Bhuvi said when India lost to New Zealand in the 1999 World Cup in England, they started to cry.

‘India can never be forgotten’

India faced the loss to New Zealand in the 1999 World Cup Super-8 League match. With this loss India was eliminated from this World Cup. Bhuvneshwar Kumar said about this loss that he started to cry a lot after this match. He said: “I still remember watching India and New Zealand in the 1999 World Cup. I was watching that game with my sister and I cried a lot when we lost. I can never forget this moment. I have since realized how keen and enthusiastic I am about cricket.

Street cricket increased the passion for playing cricket

Bhuvneshwar Kumar said that by playing street cricket his passion for cricket increased. He said: “Everyone sees themselves as a versatile player in street cricket. When I went to training with my sister for the first time, the coach asked me what I was doing, I said everything. After that the coach saw something in me. He handed me the ball and since then I have never looked back.

The only bowler to send Sachin back to zero

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the only bowler to dismiss legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) in first class cricket to zero. In fact, Sachin has played a lot of home matches during his career, but he was sacked for zero once in first-class cricket. Sachin’s rejection record for zero in the first class match is recorded in Bhubaneswar’s name himself.

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