At this time, Team India has the best bowlers in the world. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has achieved a different position among the bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Ishant Sharma. Bhuvi, who rocked the world many times with his best swing, has many such records which are still unique today. Bhuvi is turning thirty on Wednesday.

Swing is his speciality
In 2012, Bhuvi impressed the 23-year-old at the time of his arrival in international cricket. In the opening spell, he surprises batsmen’s by his own swing. Bhuvi’s career has been full of ups and downs in the last few years, but Bhuvi has not been behind in making a comeback. To meet the circumstances, his ball starts swinging on both sides. In his ‘Imitation Ball’, he is considered one of the most expert bowlers. At this time, he is not in Team India due to injury.

Created history by getting out Sachin Tendulkar on zero
In the 2008–09 Ranji season, the final match between Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai in Hyderabad became a memorable match for Bhuvneshwar Kumar. In this match, young Bhubaneswar created a panic by dismissing Sachin Tendulkar at zero. Had given. Incidentally, in domestic cricket, Sachin was dismissed for the first time at zero and he is the only bowler to dismiss Sachin at zero in the first class.

Five wickets hall in three formats: Test, ODI, T20
Bhuvi performed brilliantly in the three-Test series in South Africa in 2018. Bhuvi also continued this in the T20 series and also won Team India by five wickets in the last T20 match and also became the first Indian to take five wickets in an innings in Tests and T20s. With this, he became the second Indian bowler to take five wickets in T20 International after Yuzvendra Chahal.

Wicket took on the first ball
Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s debut in ODI cricket was also very impressive. He took the wicket of Mohammad Hafeez on his very first international ball against Pakistan. In that match, he took two wickets for only 27 runs in 9 overs. There were three over maiden in them.

Most important record
Bhuvneshwar’s most special record is that he has bowled his first wicket in all three formats of the game. In T20 International, he has bowled Nasir Jamshed of Pakistan, Mohammad Hafeez in ODIs and David Warner in Test cricket.

Great performance against England in 2014
For Bhuvneshwar Kumar as a player, the series played against England was memorable. On Indian pitches, Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 19 wickets with 5–5 wickets twice and scored 247 runs. These included three half-centuries. He also received the ‘Man of the Series’ award. Apart from taking wickets, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is also a very economical bowler.

Players to win Purple Cap in IPL for 2 years
His economy is only 5.2 in ODIs. His economy is 7.24 in the IPL, which can not be called bad in T20. He is the sixth-highest wicket-taker in IPL history with 133 wickets. He is the player to win the Purple Cap (the highest wicket-taker in the IPL) in IPL 2016 and 2017 edition.