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Bhuvneshwar Kumar Profile Career Fast Bowler India Vs Pakistan Debut on Dec’25 Photos

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar Profile:
In his 11th first-class match, Bhuvneshwar Kumar registered his name in history books - by consigning Sachin Tendulkar to his first first-class duck in Indian domestic cricket. Although Uttar Pradesh, Bhuvneshwar's side, lost that 2008-09 Ranji final to Mumbai, Bhuvneshwar's season was one big gain for UP.
Bhuvneshwar is a right-arm medium-pacer who has the knack of extracting movement both ways with the new ball. His pace is not threatening, but he makes up for it with the movement. Barely two weeks after his 17th birthday, he made it to the UP senior side, after having spent two seasons with the Under-19 side. In his second season, he did well enough to regularly get the new ball ahead of either RP Singh or Praveen Kumar. His five-wicket haul in the 2008-09 final was a vindication of that trust. In his second first-class season, he also came through as an important lower middle-order batsman, making a jump from his usual tailender slot in junior sides.
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Full name Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Born December 5, 1990, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Current age 22 years 20 days
Major teams India, India A, Pune Warriors,Royal Challengers Bangalore, Uttar Pradesh
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium

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Bhuvneshwar leads Central Zone fightback
In a sustained fightback, Bhuvneshwar Kumar carried Central Zone to within 10 runs of making the Duleep Trophy final with his maiden first-class hundred that was largely made in the company of the tail in Hyderabad.
Bhuvneshwar, the 21-year old Uttar Pradesh allrounder, came in at No. 8 with Central Zone trailing North Zone by 232. Thirty-two runs later, he lost his partner, wicketkeeper Mahesh Rawat, who had made 71, and had put on 102 for the sixth wicket with captain Mohammad Kaif (63).
At that stage, North Zone were three wickets away from a place in the final, with a comfortable lead of 200. But Bhuvneshwar found support from all the following batsmen - Praveen Kumar, Murali Kartik and Rituraj Singh. He added 42 and 49 for the eighth and ninth wickets with Praveen (27) and Kartik (22).
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Central Zone were still trailing by 109, though, when legspinner Amit Mishra had Kartik caught by Yuvraj Singh to claim his fourth wicket. But North were to end the day in an ultimately futile search for the last wicket, as Bhuvneshwar and Rituraj thwarted them for more than 100 minutes in a partnership that is now worth an even 100 in just 21.5 overs.

In an innings that had now lasted more than four hours, Bhuvneshwar faced 225 deliveries, and struck 12 fours and three sixes. He batted smartly with the tail, even refusing three singles when he was on 99 to shield the last man Rituraj. North Zone did not help their cause by setting extremely defensive fields for Bhuvneshwar. During the closing moments of the day's play, they had as many as nine men in the deep, allowing Bhuvneshwar to effortlessly farm the strike. Rituraj played his role by denying North Zone off the 38 deliveries he faced.
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North Zone were also generous with the extras, bowling 25 no-balls. Fifteen of those came from Mishra alone, who should have been called many more times had the umpire seen that he was cutting the return crease repeatedly with his back foot.

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