Indian pace bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar who is rested from the ongoing Test series between India and Windies is unhappy with the media for spreading rumours about him. The pace bowler has expressed his anger with the media through Twitter.
Bhuvneshwar slams the media on Twitter
The Indian pacer published a tweet in which he says, ‘Yet another false claim by the media is doing the rounds about me going to become a father. Please do not spread anything like this without confirmation just to make news. I would like to request all to not spread anything personal without authenticity! @MumbaiMirror’.
Yet another false claim by the media is doing the rounds about me going to become a father. Please do not spread anything like this without confirmation just to make news. I would like to request all to not spread anything personal without authenticity! @MumbaiMirror
— Bhuvneshwar Kumar (@BhuviOfficial) October 14, 2018
This tweet came as a shock for his fans and cricket fraternity as Bhuvneshwar is generally known for his calm behaviour and is regarded as a soft-spoken person.
What is the rumour the Indian pacer talking about?
The frontline India bowler recently married to Nupur Nagar on November 23, 2017. And since then the media has published several stories about the couple.
Recently an English tabloid reported that Bhuvi is soon going to become a father. However the Indian cricketer has made it clear that this is a completely false news and he has even asked the newspaper to not publish anything personal about him without authenticating the news.
Bhuvi’s glorious cricket career
Bhuvneshwar Kumar didn’t feature in India’s Test series against England as he was injured. The pace bowler has now recovered from the injury but the team management rested him for the two Tests against Windies with the tour of Australia in mind.
Bhuvi has claimed 63 wickets in 22 Tests with an average of 26.07. He has also featured in 92 ODIs and has claimed 96 wickets. He is one of India’s frontline bowlers in the white ball cricket courtesy of his ability to swing the new ball and bowl effectively in death overs.