I always look to bowl economical overs: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled a wicket-maiden 19th over against MI

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Sunrisers Hyderabad's fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar was at his imperious best during the recently-concluded game against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The right-arm fast bowler had a superb economy rate of 6.50. 
Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled a wicket-maiden 19th over against MI.After leaking 26 runs in his first three overs, the veteran bowler unleashed his bowling masterclass as he delivered a wicket-maiden in the penultimate over against Mumbai Indians. 
Rohit Sharma and Co were on the cusp of winning the game as they required 19 to win off 13 balls. Needless to say, Bhuvi's over turned out to be a game-changer. He bowled a wicket-maiden 19th over in a tense win over MI.
After the game, SRH captain Kane Williamson reserved the highest respect for Bhuvneshwar Kumar and lauded him as one of the top death bowlers in the tournament. 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar happy with the performance this season

After the game, the right-arm speedster said he is totally pleased with his performance in the ongoing season. He further added that wicket column is something one may get lucky or unlucky. 
At the same time, he added that he always looks to bowl the economical overs. In such a case, his teammate may get wickets in the next over. He also highlighted that it is a team game and one just can't always look for wickets and concede runs. At the same time, it is very important to maintain the economy.
"Pretty satisfied with the way I have bowled this season, wickets column is something you may get lucky or unlucky, I always look to bowl economical overs. That way your team-mate may get wickets in the next over. It's a team game, you just can't look for wickets and leak runs, bowling economically is my priority. If I get wickets it's good, otherwise I am doing the job for the team," he said at the post-match presentation.
Talking about Umran Malik, he said, "Umran is young and raw, he's got a lot to learn, he's got that X-factor. The credit goes to the SRH management the way they have backed him. It's easier to drop any guy when he goes for plenty of runs in 3-4 matches continuously, but they backed him and he came back pretty strong."