India won the second ODI by 50 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar always knew how to swing the white ball, but now he feels more complete as a bowler with an ability to generate pace in the death overs.
Bhuvneshwar bowled an impressive first spell comprising pace and swing as he wound p with superb figures of 6.1-2-9-3 including the wicket of dangerous David Warner.
“When I first came into the side, I needed conditions favouring swing bowling to flourish.
A year after making my debut, I wanted to increase my pace, but I had no clue how to go about that,” Bhuvneshwar made a humble admission during the post-match news conference. The Meerut-born pacer attributed it to the inputs from strength and conditioning coach Shankar Basu for being able to increase of pace which has immensely helped him bowling during slog overs.