New Delhi: Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman believes Bhuvneshwar Kumar will play an important role for India in the T20 World Cup this year. According to him, the management of the workload of this fast bowler should be privileged.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar returned to India’s T20 squad after a long break due to injury. He suffered a thigh muscle injury during the Indian Premier League last year due to which he was excluded from the IPL and then the Australia Tour.
Also Read – ICC Test World Championship Final Will Be Played With This Kohli Favorite Ball
VVS Laxman said in Star Sports’ Cricket Connected, “I am very happy that Bhuvneshwar Kumar has regained his physical form as he is a very important bowler for India, especially the limited overs. In cricket.
He said: “ Other than Jasprit Bumrah, if anyone in the Indian Bowling Order has experience bowling both in the new ball and in the death over, then he is Bhubaneswar. He is a very important member, we have to take care of Bhuvneshwar Kumar because he will play a very important role at the World Cup in November.
UP (Uttar Pradesh) fast pitcher Bhuvneshwar played his last T20 International game in December 2019. Laxman said: “ To get him 100% fit I think the workload and injury management of Bhuvneshwar Kumar must be prioritized and important. ”
Laxman reckons Bhubaneswar will not have the opportunity to play more than two matches in the T20 five-game international series against England from Friday in Ahmedabad. Laxman chose wicket batsman KL Rahul over Shikhar Dhawan to start the innings with Rohit Sharma.
He said: “The selection of the second opening game is a difficult question. Rohit Sharma is certain to be selected for limited overs cricket. I will go with KL Rahul because over the last few months and years I have a feeling that every time the management of the Indian team has fielded KL Rahul as the opener he has done well in this place.
Shikhar Dhawan is expected to play in the series as a reserve opener despite performing well in the IPL and the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Now we have to see what the management of the Indian team and captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) decide.