After watching Ishaan Kishan’s feat in the IPL, he was not surprised when he saw England opener Jason Roy going down the young left-handed batsman’s side in the T20 International. Kish scored 56 off 32 balls to help India win the five-match series on Sunday. “He is clearly a star player, he has done so many times for Mumbai Indians, while I was not surprised to see him that way, because everyone knows that he is a star player.” Virtual Media Interaction with UK Media.
“The ball was a little off twice, but they took it back for six runs,” he said. It is a matter of making sure that you wield your skills very well. “
India came into the series with the intention of playing more fearless cricket, which was on display in the second T20. On the other hand, England is already used to that brand of cricket.
“He works for us in 5 0 overs cricket, he has worked for us in 10 to 20 matches. Our policy is to play aggressive cricket, but the problem is that when you play on these types of pitches, you have to You have to count a bit too much. Roy said you have to speed it up a little bit.
“If you have to play that way, you have to accept that some days it won’t happen. You’re going down three or four in the powerplay. But with the depth of our batting lineup, it gives the top order. Roy said, ”
On the turning pitch, England struggled with the ball in an attempt to defend 164 runs on the pitch, which was too short for their fast bowlers and the same is possible for the third T20.
“It’s just as difficult for our spinners,” he said. We have already learned almost enough, that we should give money for what we have learned in this series, but last night we made some mistakes.
Roy is consistent with scores of 49 and 46, but he has not turned into a big innings and wants to do so for the rest of the game.
He said, ‘It was a kind of pitch where you get to choose your bowler. Unfortunately the bowler I picked up got me out. I wanted to target Washington (beautiful).
He said, if he had scored a few runs in the over, he could have reduced the pace of our innings significantly.
“What I learned was to make sure that I stay on my shots for a while. I missed some of my reverse sweeps. I was away from my position, and then corrected it during my innings.
Roy called India a class team, but said he was confident of bouncing back on Tuesday.
“The boys have bounced back, we are on the way to learning fast. I don’t think there’s a large amount of air outside our silence, honestly.”
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