Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav said he shares a good partnership with Bowling with Yuzvendra Chahal and that it is good for both sides of the spinners to play in tandem against Sri Lanka. Shikhar Dhawan (86 *) and Ishan Kishan (59) were the protagonists along with the bats as India won Sri Lanka with seven wickets on Sunday at the first ODI at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. With this win, India have won 1-0 in three match series. The second ODI will be played on Tuesday.
“Very happy, after a long time Chahal and I got to play in the team. We are comfortable with each other and we will return to each other. We both share the entrance whenever necessary on the field, it is a nice bond between us both. We had a good time together after a long time we played and it sorts well for the side, ”Kuldeep said at a post-match virtual press conference while responding to the ANI consultation.
“I was trying to change my pace because the first wicket was dry. Wicket offered to help the turners, I was changing my pace according to the bats. I was very happy with the way the team did this game.” added Kuldeep.
Previously, India was constantly taking wickets from time to time, but Chamika Karunaratn helped the Sri Lanka’s 43-run unbeaten run to post Sri Lanka 262/9. For India, Kuldeep, Chahal and Deepak Chahar each returned with two wickets.
“Nervousness is always there when you go out on the field. Rahul Sir supported me and motivated me. We talked a lot and he told me to enjoy my ball and not worry about the result. I’m glad I did well. Of course. You’re nervous a lot of the time. when you play Cricket after the pass, as the team has done, I am very happy, ”Kuldeep said.
“We have come here to play cricket. We are lucky that we are getting to play cricket. There are a lot of young people on the side, we are not worried about anyone. We are here to enjoy our cricket. It is difficult. someone has a choice and someone doesn’t, ”he added.
When Kuldeep was asked what he thought was the end of his white ball career after a poor series against England, he said: “You never think like that. There may be moments when you go for a run and you take the baskets. I often take 4-5 goalkeepers in the game , it would be nice for people to talk about it. Two bad games don’t end your career. “
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