Batting allrounders will add balance to Indian line-up – Bumrah

Four of India's five bowlers won more than five each time, and no one from No. 6 in the batting line could score more than 20 during India's third ODI defeat. But that was not a complete indication of the depth of India, said fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, who was the best bowler in the game with 4 for 35 in his ten.

"In Indian cricket, you do not get a low season because we're playing cricket continuously," Bumrah said when asked if the players were training for secondary skills. "Some of our players are injured and others are coming back from injuries, at this time we are trying some combinations, and we have to keep that in mind." Players who can [both] bowl and bat are not available. If they are available, we will have more bowling options, the balance will be better. "

Bumrah himself has had physical fitness problems after the transition to a bowler of all formats over the past year, and as such is one of the few players. who has rested often, as it was at the beginning of this series. But the fast bowler had no problem bringing his form of the Asian Cup last month to Pune.

"I was on a break, so I was focusing on re-increasing the strength levels, when [don’t] you play continuously, the strength level goes down, so you have to mention it because you're doing long runs. put something in time, that was what I liked the most, I was also practicing in the networks, with situations similar to those of the parties.The party feeling is different, but if you could replicate that practice, that leaves you in a good space. "

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, on the other hand, did not have the same success in his return, and finished with 70 in his ten attempts. as the lower order of the West Indies took India in the last 15 kills. Unlike the lower half of India, the low-ranking hitters of the West Indies put 92 runs among them, led by Ashley Nurse's 22-ball, Player of the Match, which helped them post 283 after being five down by 121. Bhuvneshwar was especially run, being taken by 36 in his last three passes.

"Bhuvi had a good start, but sometimes, things (go a little bit out) towards the end … It happens … Bowling in death is hard … It's not like all bowlers will have a nice day. final gave races, but hit well. "We threw well until 35-40. We give away races towards the end, but that's part of the game. In the position we launched [death overs] there is no guarantee of success. Some days will be fine, other days will not. He was clear in his plans, but the hitters were in a better place. We will be better prepared now, "said Bumrah.

source:- espncricinfo.com

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