India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is a extremely-expert bowler, however the identical can’t be mentioned about his batting. And, he is aware of all about it and therefore, isn’t shy of creating enjoyable of his personal capacity with the willow. His present ‘Chahal TV’ is all about him attempting to have enjoyable on the expense of not solely himself but additionally his teammates. On Tuesday, the wrist spinner gave nice instance of his self-deprecating humour when he posted a collage of him holding the bat loosely within the place of the ramp shot together with these of KL Rahul and India captain Virat Kohli taking part in the identical shot.
“When they are trying to copy my shot. Not bad keep it up youngsters (sic.)” mentioned Chahal in his tweet.
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) January 28, 2020
Chahal has been one of many high performers for India within the current previous and is one Kohli’s largest property with the ball, particularly within the shortest format of the sport. “We understood the angles of the field better, how the pitch was playing and I had to think on my feet as a captain. The ball gripped for the spinners and I think Jadeja was outstanding. Chahal was a banker. Bumrah was amazing as well, and Shami and Shardul and Shivam making very good contributions with the ball but I think we backed it up in the field more importantly,” Kohli mentioned after India received the second T20I match in Auckland.
The motion now shifts to Hamilton for the third T20I the place India can have a change to seal the sequence. Indian batting coach Vikram Rathour mentioned that the workforce seems to be within the good form to adapt and regulate to the totally different situations.
“It is more of a mind set thing and about game plan. As a coach, I don’t think we really need to tell them anything. They are doing it on their own. They are stronger, fitter than from our generation. You can see that they are hitting big sixes and without any effort, that way the game has changed,” Rathour mentioned forward of the Hamilton T20I.