Bhuvneshwar Kumar Is Back? Bhuvi Seen Bowling In The Nets Ahead of India vs West Indies ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match (Watch Video)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Photo Credits: Twitter/ BCCI)

There seems to be good news for the Indian team and their fans as Bhuvneshwar Kumar has returned to the practice sessions and seems totally fit to resume his journey in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The Indian pacer was injured during the CWC 2019 match between India and Pakistan and had to depart to the pavilion during his first spell itself. The hamstring injury forced the 29-year-old bowler to skip the next clash against Afghanistan. However, a recent video by BCCI indicates that Bhuvi is all set to showcase his bowling magic in Team India’s upcoming matches of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Bhuvneshwar Kumar Injury Update: Navdeep Saini Joins Team India Camp as Net Bowler As Suspense Continues Over Injured Seamer’s Hamstring

The BCCI on Tuesday shared a video on their Twitter handle in which Bhuvneshwar was seen practising in the nets. In the video, the Indian pacer was seen bowling during practice session and it looks like the pacer is all set to represent the Indian team again. Have a look at the video of Bhuvi’s practice session in the nets below.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is back! 

Welcome back Bhuvi

In the match against Pakistan, the Uttar Pradesh-based cricketer could only deliver 2.4 overs while giving out 8 runs. Just after the start of Pakistan’s batting, Bhuvi had to leave the field when Pakistan were 13/0 in 4.4 over. Bhuvneshwar’s over was completed by Vijay Shankar, who stunned everyone by taking a wicket on his very first ball in the World Cup. Bhuvneshwar Kumar Injury Update: Indian Pacer to Sit Out for Rest of India vs Pakistan ICC Cricket World Cup Game Due to Tightness on His Left Hamstring

In the absence of Bhuvi, Mohammad Shami took charge as the other pacer in the match against Afghanistan. In a close-fought match, Shami made a spectacular show by taking a hat-trick in the final over to hand Afghanistan defeat by 11 runs. With Bhuvneshwar hopefully back in the squad, it will interesting to see who among the two will be part of India Playing 11 in the next match against West Indies.

India is going to face West Indies in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on June 27, 2019. The match will be played at Emirates Old Trafford cricket stadium at Manchester. India currently holds third position on the points table with 9 points in 5 matches.