T20 WC: Trolls were being done for the 19th over before the T20 World Cup, now such a ruckus that the critics stopped speaking

The performance of Indian bowlers so far in the T20 World Cup has been excellent. In the first match of Group 2 of the Super-12 round, India beat Pakistan by four wickets, while in the second match they beat the Netherlands by 56 points. Now Team India will face South Africa in Perth on October 30th. Perth is dominated by fast pitchers. In the recent match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, the fast pitchers of both teams performed brilliantly. In such a situation, there will be a competition for a better performance between the fast pitchers of the two teams in the South Africa vs India match.

India has fast pitchers like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh, Mohammed Shami and Hardik Pandya while South Africa has fast pitchers like Kagiso Rabada, Enrique Nortje, Wayne Parnell. Looking at the Perth pitch, the South African leadership can give a spinner between Marco Yansen and Lungi Ngidi a chance.

So far, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has performed superbly in this T20 World Cup and silenced all critics with his performance. Before the T20 World Cup, there was a lot of rhetoric on social media regarding his form. In the nineteenth century, Bhuvneshwar was heavily ridiculed on social media for raiding. However, so far Bhuvneshwar has proved quite cheap in the T20 World Cup. Not only in powerplay, but also in death overs, Bhuvi played deadly.

In the first game against Pakistan, Bhuvneshwar suffered only 22 runs in four overs with a 5.50 save and took a wicket. Meanwhile, against the Netherlands, Bhuvi gave up nine points out of three overs with the economy of three and took two wickets. So far, Bhuvneshwar has taken seven overs in this T20 World Cup and 31 of his 42 balls have been scored or rather no points have been scored against him. His dot percentage is 73.81. This is the highest ever in the Super-12 round of the 2022 T20 World Cup.

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar 42 31 73.81%
marks the wood 48 27 56.25%
Hassan Mahmud 48 27 56.25%
Haris Raouf 48 26 54.17%
Taskin Ahmed 42 24 57.14%
Mohamed Chami 48 24 50.00%

He is followed by Mark Wood from England and Hasan Mahmood from Bangladesh. Mark Wood and Hasan have both had eight overs so far and 27 of their 48 deliveries (56.25%) have been canceled. Pakistani Haris Rauf is number three. So far in this World Cup, 54.17% of his balls have been punctured.

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