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वेस्टइंडीज के बल्लेबाजों की लय बिगाड़ने के लिए गति में कटौती की: आवेश खान

Indian pacer Avesh Khan, who proved costly on West Indies grounds amid strong wind and short boundaries, made a strong comeback in the fourth T20 International against West Indies as he cut the pace of his deliveries on captain Rohit Sharma’s advice.

Lauderhill (USA). Indian pacer Avesh Khan, who proved costly on West Indies grounds amid strong wind and short boundaries, made a strong comeback in the fourth T20 International against West Indies as he cut the pace of his deliveries on captain Rohit Sharma’s advice. Avesh said Rohit and coach Rahul Dravid gave him a lot of confidence as he struggled to adjust to the strong wind and short boundaries. Avesh picked up two wickets for 17 runs in his four overs in the fourth T20I to power India to a 59-run victory on Saturday to take a 3-1 lead in the five-match series.

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Avesh told reporters after the match: “He gave me a lot of confidence while I didn’t perform well in the last two matches.” found. He told me that hard times are coming.” Making his ODI debut in Port of Spain last month, Avesh plundered 54 runs in six overs. In the first two T20s at St.Kints too, it proved very costly but despite the pacer’s struggle, Rohit gave him the responsibility to save nine runs in the last over in the second T20.

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Although Avesh did not live up to expectations, but the team management continued to support him. He said: “He supported me by saying that average performance in two matches does not make a bowler bad, especially in T20, this format is like this.” Avesh said, “In this match too. That’s how I was supported and I’m glad I did well. He supported me in the South Africa tour too.” The fast bowler said, “When the captain and the coach consistently back the player to perform well, it automatically motivates the player to give his best. The Indore pacer revealed that he brought some changes in his bowling in the fourth match which helped him. “From the beginning the aim was to bowl in the right areas. Here, both the wicket and the conditions were different from St Lucia, where we had to play on a wicket where the ball was about to stall.

Luckily I got both the wickets at a slower pace which was Rohit bhai’s idea. “We relied on slow ones, bouncers, yorkers and length balls because the opening powerplay becomes very important in such a slow one wicket,” he said, adding that he recently joined the team as a mental conditioning coach. Connected Paddy Upton drove him to get back on form.

The fast bowler said, he (Paddy Upton) told me to move on from the last two matches and focus on the current (fourth T20) match. He instructed me to think one ball at a time and give my 100 percent. I am currently focusing on improving my performance and not on the WC. The selection process is not in my hands, but maybe my performance is. I’m just thinking about the last T20.

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



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