KL Rahul gave this answer on the question of what is the bad phase of Jasprit Bumrah

KL Rahul gave this answer on the question of what is the bad phase of Jasprit Bumrah

Sydney: India vice-captain Lokesh Rahul, while fully supporting his struggling bowlers, said that Jasprit Bumrah & Co. have faced difficulties in adapting to the conditions so far and it is not surprising that the Australian track of the batsmen is favorable. But the wicket will be difficult. Asked whether this was a bad phase for Bumrah as he was seen battling in New Zealand early in the year, Rahul said that this fast bowler will make a great comeback.

He said- We all know that Jasprit is very fierce and competitive on the field. He is very important for this team, we know the importance of Jasprit. It is a matter of time for a champion player to come back and take wickets for us.

Rahul said- I do not agree when you say that he is struggling. There are different situations here, different format. It is a learning curve for us to learn how to do better when we play on such good batting wickets. Getting wickets in white ball cricket is important only when you can control the run speed. 

Rahul said- We have to find our mantra to get wickets and the batting unit has to think how to increase the participation of 30-40 runs. Rahul said that he could do well due to the Australian bowler being aware of the circumstances. He said - We did not adapt to the situation as fast. The thing for our bowling group to learn is that they adapt to the conditions rapidly.


Bad news for Ireland between ODI series from Afghanistan, death of this legendary cricketer

Bad news for Ireland between ODI series from Afghanistan, death of this legendary cricketer

One day series between Afghanistan and Ireland is being played in UAE. Ireland are trailing 1-0 in the 3 ODIs series. But this is not the only thing that hurts Ireland. Even bigger shock has come from the demise of one of his former cricketers.

Yes, the news from Ireland is very disappointing for the Irish team. It is reported that former Ireland cricketer Roy Torrance has passed away. He was 72 years old, Cricket Ireland itself confirmed this news.

Former Ireland cricketer dies

Roy Torrance was an all-rounder. Apart from being a right-handed batsman, he was also a right-arm fast bowler. Torrance played his first match against Middlesex in 1966.

Cricket career was 18 years

Roy Torrance's cricket career was a total of 18 years. He played cricket from 1966 to 1984. During this, he played a total of 30 matches. In these 30 matches, Torrance took 77 wickets at an average of 25.6.

Been manager of Ireland cricket team for 12 years

Even after retiring from cricket, Torrance remained involved with the sport. He became the President of the Irish Cricket Union in the year 2000. Apart from this, in the year 2004, he became the manager of the Ireland Men's Cricket Team. Torrence held the office for 12 years. Former Australian cricketer Roy Torrance was awarded the Aubie at Queens Birthday Honor in 2009.

Big loss for ireland cricket

There is no doubt that the death of Roy Torrance is a big blow to Ireland cricket. It will not be easy to compensate for this loss.


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