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खुद को नये अंदाज में पेश करने का तरीका ढूंढ लिया चहल ने : ब्रैड हॉग

According to Hogg, Chahal will play a key role in India’s campaign in the T20 World Cup, which will be held in Australia later this year in October-November.

Mumbai | Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg feels that until two years ago, batsman Yuzvendra judged Chahal’s bowling, but the bowler has been credited for the way he has improved his skills.

Chahal, who turns 32 next week, was dropped during last year’s T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and has since played 20 white ball matches in both formats and picked up 26 wickets.

According to Hogg, Chahal will play a key role in India’s campaign in the T20 World Cup, which will be held in Australia later this year in October-November.

Hogg told reporters here on the sidelines of the ‘Western Australia’ tourist event: “Looking at his development over the last two or two years, it looks like he will do better in Australia (T20 World Cup). But Hogg is really impressed with the way Chahal has “adapted his game over the last two years”.

“He (Chahal) has improved a lot as a player and therefore India is among the best competitors. Hogg, who has played 123 ODIs for Australia as a left-arm wrist spinner, believes Chahal can make the difference in the middle overs in the upcoming T20 World Cup.

“I think play-spin is probably the most effective option in T20 cricket, especially in the middle overflows. And what I like about Chahal is that he is ready with his best.”

Suryakumar Yadav recently rocked world cricket with his 55-balls 117 against England in the T20 Internationals, and Hogg feels he could be a dangerous batsman with a series of strokes.

“Suriyakumar will hit the top of the line. He’s probably the most dangerous batsman ever. It’s hard to bowl for him as he collects races in different areas.”

Hogg said: “If he and (Rishabh) Pant are at the fold, then it’s very difficult to plan to get them out.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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