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Currently, Bhuvneshwar Kumar owns a notable world record. With his outstanding performance, India's legendary spinner dismantled England's batting order and went on to become the first bowler in T20 power plays to deliver 500 dot balls. Tim Southee of New Zealand and Samuel Badree of the West Indies, who both have 383 dots, were overtaken by him.
Bhuvneshwar gave India a great start in defending 171 as the 32-year-old senior pacer removed English opener Jason Roy for a golden duck on the first delivery of the England innings during the second T20I in Birmingham on Saturday.
The game was won by the visitors after bowling England out for 121 runs in the second T20I at Birmingham on Saturday thanks to the Indian pace attack, which was led by Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah.
The pacers from England, led by Richard Gleeson and Chris Jordan, dominated the Indian batters in the second Twenty20 International played in Birmingham. As a result, Men in Blue posted a respectable 170/8 in their 20 overs, with contributions from captain Rohit Sharma (31) and Ravindra Jadeja (46*) proving to be crucial for the visitors.