Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) came up with an all-round performance in order to beat the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by eight wickets and with 16 balls to spare to register their first victory of IPL 2015. The bowlers of SRH did extremely well to restrict RCB to a total of 166. Bhuvneshwar Kumar had a happy day as well, as he found his rhythm and came up with two brilliant yorkers to wrap up the RCB innings.
Swing bowling is something that Bhuvneshwar specialises in and he showcased it to perfection in the death overs on Monday. With his ability to swing the ball both ways, he has troubled many batsmen across the World. At the moment, he is happy that he is doing well and hopes to come up with more such performances for SRH in IPL 2015.
"Although I was practising regularly, there is a difference between practice-rhythm and match-rhythm. When I played the first game [against CSK] it did feel like I was playing after a long time. But after today's game I can say that the ball is doing what I want it to do," said Bhuvneshwar in an interview to the official website of the IPL.
Bhuvneshwar believes that the yorker is one of the most important aspects of the limited overs game and he was delighted to come up with those full balls to dismiss the last two batsmen.
"Since the time I made my debut I have worked on my death bowling," he added. "That is one aspect of my game I have worked the most on.
"[Against RCB] I could execute what I have been practising for so long and that gives me immense satisfaction."
David Warner and Tom Moody are the two Australians that Bhuvneshwar and rest of his side are playing under and he feels that they are definitely helping them bring aggression into the game at the right time. He also feels that it will help them grow as cricketers in near future.