Kuldeep Yadav Visited Bageshwar Dham Before The ODI World Cup And Took Blessings Of Dhirendra Maharaj ; India’s matchwinner at Bageshwar Dham, takes blessings of Dhirendra Maharaj before World Cup

New Delhi: Kuldeep Yadav was the king of the Asia Cup. Because Kuldeep played a great role in India’s victories in the Asia Cup tournament. Now World Cup is the biggest tournament after Asia Cup. But before this World Cup, Kuldeep Yadav has directly reached Bageshwar Dham. Before the World Cup, Kuldeep Yadav has visited Dhirendra Maharaj.
Kuldeep Yadav reached Bageshwar Dham

This is Kuldeep Yadav’s last break before the World Cup. This time he reached Bageshwar Dham. Kuldeep Yadav’s photo is going viral on social media.

Dhirendra Shastri’s blessings were taken
Kuldeep Yadav reached Bageshwar Dham and took the blessings of Dhirendra Shastri. Kuldeep Yadav’s family members were also present with him on this occasion.

Big responsibility on Kuldeep in World Cup
Kuldeep Yadav will have a big responsibility in the World Cup. He is the main spin bowler of the Indian team. The team is playing the tournament at its home ground and hence the pressure to emerge victorious will be high.

Kuldeep had also come here in July
Kuldeep Yadav reached Bageshwar Dham before the West Indies tour in July. On the West Indies tour, he dismissed 7 batsmen in 3 ODIs. Also took 6 wickets in T20 series.

Player of the Asia Cup
Kuldeep Yadav took 9 wickets for India in the Asia Cup. He played an important role in the Super 4 victory by taking 5 wickets against Pakistan and 4 against Sri Lanka. He was awarded Player of the Tournament for this performance.

The last few years have not been good for Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav. But in 2023 he is performing strongly. Kuldeep has got a place in the World Cup squad as a leading spinner. However, before that he has been rested for the first two matches of the three-match ODI series against Australia.

About Prasad Lad

Prasad Lad Senior Digital Content Producer

Prasad, Senior Digital Content Producer at Maharashtra Times. He has been in journalism since 2006. He has worked in Loksatta, Samana, Lokmat. He has been in sports journalism for almost 16 years.Read more

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