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The experts always criticize Umesh Yadav for his tendency to lose line and length regularly.
As per the experts, Umesh tries to do too much when he is at bowling crease. In almost all his spells, he goes for more and more pace and thus, ends up falling on the pads of the batsman or giving him too much room.
But, in the Pakistan encounter yesterday in South Australia, Umesh showed how great an asset pace can prove to be.
The Nagpur bowler though started typically bowling some rubbish deliveries and giving easy runs away, but, he came back for his second spell in a very good rhythm.
The match was delicately poised at that time with Pakistan having crossed the 100 mark at the loss of only 2 wickets. Read more »
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The Indian bowlers had a good day on the field at Gliderol Stadium on the first day of their second practice game as they got the opposition all out below 250.
Varun Aaron led the way for India as his extra bounce was something that the batsmen found difficult to manage.
Yes, most of the batsmen there in that XI which was up against India were not the top cricketers in the domestic circuit of Australia.
It was an XI composed of youngsters, but, still, Aaron’s bowling was fantastic. On quicker pitches like Brisbane and Perth, the 25-year old will have his tail up.
Aaron was given the new ball today. Generally, he comes as the first change bowler as he is not known that much for his swing. Read more »
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