Bharat Arun Feels Kuldeep Yadav Will Play A Crucial Role Against England
By CricShots - Jan 23, 2021 12:38 pm
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Team India bowling coach, Bharat Arun lavished praise on Kuldeep Yadav and said that the chinaman bowler is bowling magnificently and can be expected to play a crucial role in the upcoming series against England. Bharat Arun feels Kuldeep will come into the scheme of things with the commencement of the home series when he was addressing the media in an online press conference where he mentioned that the 26-year-old spinner is working hard on his bowling despite not getting a chance to play Test cricket recently. 

Kuldeep Yadav

Talking about the same, Bharat Arun said, “Kuldeep is working hard enough, he has been brilliant. I think horses for courses is the best thing. And when Kuldeep gets a chance to play, he will show what he can do because I think he is bowling magnificently now. And in India, when we play four Test matches (against England) that’ll be his time.”

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a snippet from the press conference where the bowling coach was seen praising the complete bowling unit, particularly the spin twins — Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.

Bharat Arun also reckons that the rise of Ravindra Jadeja as an all-rounder is a huge bonus for the Indian team. Before being ruled out of the final Test against Australia, the veteran southpaw played a key role in the visitors’ win in the second Test. Jadeja player da crucial knock of 28 runs in 37 balls in the first innings of the third Test. 

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Talking about Jadeja, Arun said, “Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin have been magnificent. They are number one spinners in the world plus Jadeja’s rise as an all-rounder is a huge bonus for the country. The way he is batting, Jadeja is today the most complete all-rounder we have and it is an exceptional sign for India.”