IND vs SA 2nd T20 Live: South Africa 57/3 after 10 overs, 92 runs needed from 60 balls, Bhuvneshwar took three wickets

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Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has a chance to set a special record in the fourth T20 game against South Africa. In this match, Bhuvneshwar will become the highest wicket taker inside the T20 format power play by taking a wicket in the power play. In that case, he will leave behind New Zealand fast thrower Tim Southee and West Indian leg thrower Samuel Badree. Currently, Badri, Southee and Bhuvneshwar have 33 wickets in the T20 power play. Now Bhuvneshwar will make this special record after taking the 34th wicket.

Bhuvneshwar played in 60 innings on the power play and collected 33 wickets. Meanwhile, Samuel Badree took 50 and Tim Southee took the same number of wickets in 68 innings. In this case, Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is in third place, who has 27 wickets in 58 innings. Meanwhile, Josh Hazlewood took 26 power-play wickets for Australia in just 30 innings.

Best wicket taker in T20 power play
melon Round counter saving rate
Samuel Brady 50 33 6.29
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 59 33 5.66
Tim Southee 68 33 7:30 a.m.
Shakib Al Hasan 58 27 6.74
Josh Hazlewood 30 26 6.00

Amazing in Cuttack

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who excelled in swing bowling early in his career, lost his momentum due to injury. His speed had also decreased. After that, it was believed that her career would not last long but now Bhuvi has made a big comeback. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who had plenty of runs in the opener against South Africa, made a spectacular comeback and took four wickets for just 13 runs in his four overs in the second game.

Bhuvneshwar appeared in his old rhythm in this game. He made the African batsmen crave a run apiece on the power play and also won three wickets. Defending with a score of 148, India’s start couldn’t have been better. After that, Bhuvi also took a wicket in the final over. However, the rest of the bowlers did not support him and the Indian team faced defeat. However, in the following match, Bhuvneshwar could not take any power-play wickets but contributed to India’s victory.

Bhuvi also left behind Pakistani Mohammad Amir
In the T20 format, Bhuvneshwar left Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir behind when it came to taking wickets in the first round. Bhuvneshwar has already taken 31 wickets in cricket’s shortest format, while Mohammad Amir has taken 30 wickets. In this case, Pakistani Sohail Tanveer is at the forefront, who took 36 wickets in the first round of an innings of a T20 match. Bhuvneshwar can break Sohail Tanveer’s record this year.

Most wickets in the first round of an innings in T20
melon counter
Sohail Tanver 36
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 31
Mohammad Amir 30
David Willy 30
Dale Steyn 27

Expansion

Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has a chance to set a special record in the fourth game of the T20 against South Africa. In this match, Bhuvneshwar will become the highest wicket taker inside the T20 format power play by taking a wicket in the power play. In that case, he will leave behind New Zealand fast thrower Tim Southee and West Indian leg thrower Samuel Badree. Currently, Badri, Southee and Bhuvneshwar have 33 wickets in the T20 power play. Now Bhuvneshwar will make this special record after taking the 34th wicket.

Bhuvneshwar played in 60 innings on the power play and collected 33 wickets. Meanwhile, Samuel Badree took 50 and Tim Southee took the same number of wickets in 68 innings. In this case, Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is in third place, who has 27 wickets in 58 innings. Meanwhile, Josh Hazlewood took 26 power-play wickets for Australia in just 30 innings.

Best wicket taker in T20 power play
melon Round counter saving rate
Samuel Brady 50 33 6.29
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 59 33 5.66
Tim Southee 68 33 7:30 a.m.
Shakib Al Hasan 58 27 6.74
Josh Hazlewood 30 26 6.00

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