India's front-line pace bowler, Bhuvneshwar Kumar caught up with the official host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Zainab Abbas, after India triumphed over Bangladesh in a warm-up game.
Kumar hinted that they were not bothered a lot by the defeat against New Zealand in their first warm-up match. He said that they wanted to make the most of their practice games and they just stuck to their respective jobs.
Bhunveshwar also talked about their plans to restrain the batting carnage in the ICC Cricket World Cup. " Keeping a tight line and length is the key", Kumar said.
The 29-year old played 105 ODI matches for India and took 104 wickets at an average of 35.66. Kumar hopes to bring in his experience in this World Cup and help India win matches along with the in-form partner Jasprit Bumrah.