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Ind vs Eng: Bhuvneshwar Kumar made a world record in the second T20, the first bowler to do so -EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews

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India Vs England: The Indian team is on a tour of England these days. Here a series of 3 T20 matches is being played between both the teams. India has won the T20 series by winning the first two matches. In the second match of the series, Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled brilliantly. He took 3 wickets giving 15 runs in 3 overs. With this, Bhuvi has made a special record in his name.

Wicket off the first ball
In the second T20, Bhuvneshwar Kumar took the wicket of Jason Roy on the very first ball. As soon as Rai took the wicket, Bhuvi reached the top of the list of bowlers who took the most wickets in the first over in T20 Internationals. He left behind David Willey. While Ville has so far taken 13 wickets in the first over of T20Is, Bhuvi has now taken 14 wickets in the first over of T20Is.

Highest wicket-taker in the first over in T20Is

  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar: 14 wickets
  • David Willey: 13 wickets
  • Angelo Mathews: 11 wickets
  • Tim Southee: 9 wickets
  • Dale Steyn: 9 wickets

Bowlers are on top for India too
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is also the highest wicket-taker in the first over from India in T20 Internationals. After this comes the number of spinner R Ashwin and then Ashish Nehra. There are many Indian bowlers at number four in this list.

Highest wicket-taker for India in T20Is in the first over

  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar: 14 wickets
  • R Ashwin: 4 wickets
  • Ashish Nehra: 3 wickets
  • Irfan Pathan: 2 wickets
  • Deepak Chahar: 2 wickets
  • Zaheer Khan: 2 wickets
  • RP Singh: 2 wickets

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