Veteran Indian Pacer Bhuvneshwar kumar on Sunday chose his first international wicket after a long gap of 459 days, during the second T20I match against England at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Bouvneswar fires opening England, Joss Butler, in the third ball of the inning, sending it back for a golden duck. Butler was last fired for a golden duck in T20I cricket in 2013 against Australia at home.
For Bhuvneshwar, who returned to the Indian side after a lengthy layoff, he chose his first international wicket from December 11, 2019, when he had selected two cash registers in a T20I game against the West Indies in Mumbai.
However, this was his second appearance since returning, after appearing in the opening series of the T20I against England in the same place, but he had fallen colorless in his spell twice, allowing 15 tracks.
India won the throw on Sunday and chose to play first. The hosts will try to equalize the series, having lost the opener with 8 straps.