Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar is consistently a precarious client during the demise overs. The speedster himself conceded that his time at Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League helped him increase huge involvement with bowling during the consummation overs of the match. He gloats of various varieties in his reinforcement, which makes it hard for the batsmen to hit him during the last overs.
In any case, Bhuvneshwar has now named one player who has consistently been hard to bowl to. The Indian pacer said that one needs to rely upon karma while bowling to the Windies batsman.
"One thing which matters a great deal is the ground you're playing on. Measurements of the ground, limit and all issues a great deal. You're commonly mindful of the elements of the ground before the match, and you have an arrangement on where to bowl. In any case, Russell is a ground-breaking batsman, even his mishits go for a six, as we found in the last IPL season. Karma matters a ton when you are facing him," said Bhuvneshwar during an association with Deep Das Gupta on ESPNCricinfo.
"So some place down the line, you trust that he misses one ball. Or on the other hand that his confounded shots don't go over the limit. These things matter a ton. A great deal of bowlers in the last IPL, including me, bowled yorkers on his legs and afterward one wide outside off to feign him yet he used to hit those balls for a six even while losing balance."
Discussing the quality of Russell, Bhuvneshwar reviewed Sunrisers' first match of the past release of the IPL against Kolkata Knight Riders.
"I recollect the main match of the last IPL, where I was the commander and he scored 52-odd runs in the last three overs. I despite everything recall two-three of his sixes were long to the point that typical batsmen wouldn't have overseen much in the wake of ordinary the ball," said Bhuvneshwar.