Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has said that during the second ODI against West Indies, his mind was to stop scoring runs, not to take wickets as he believes that economical bowling against the Windies always has the advantage.
Bhuvneshwar said after the match, "When I came for bowling I was just thinking that I have to bowl economically, throw more empty balls. I think if you bowl economically, then the wickets will get automatically. I do not think much about the result because we know that if we take one or two wickets, we will be back in the match.
Bhuvneshwar further said, 'You can see from Virat's gesture how much he needed this century. Not because he was not in form but because he was getting out on scores of 70 and 80 and he has always been known for playing big innings. Kohli scored his last century against Australia in March. He then scored five half-centuries in the World Cup but failed to score a century.