Daniel Vettori appeals to BCCI Umran Malik workload should be managed even star batsmen are afraid of his speed


Terming Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer Umran Malik a ‘diamond’, New Zealand great Daniel Vettori said the youngster’s pace creates panic among batsmen, so his workload should be managed. Former New Zealand captain and spin legend Vettori said Malik emerged as a ‘rare’ talent after the era of Brett Lee, Shoaib Malik and Shaun Tait came to an end.

Vettori has taken 362 wickets in 113 Tests and 305 wickets in 295 ODIs. He said on ESPNcricinfo’s T20 Time Out show, “His pace creates panic among batsmen and it happens to all batsmen, not just tail batsmen. ,

“We don’t often see bowlers bowling at 153-154 kmph. It’s amazing speed, it’s rarely seen after Brett Lee, Shoaib Akhtar or Shaun Tait. ,

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Vettori said, “So you can see the thrill that brings the ‘X factor’ (special talent) to the match.” For this, Malik’s workload should be managed.

Vettori said, “He is a diamond and it is just a matter of how his talent is taken care of in the next two years in Indian cricket and how to get the best out of it. ,

“If he comes under the umbrella of BCCI or NCA (National Cricket Academy) it will be the best thing for him and they can manage his workload because for a player there is no need to keep bowling for his pace,” he said. The greed persists. ,


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He said, “I am saying this based on the conversation I had with Shane Bond because he feels that the more you bowl, the slower you keep going.” Bond is the current captain of the Mumbai franchise in the Indian Premier League. There is a bowling coach who is also the great fast bowler of New Zealand. Vettori said, “In the subcontinent, you are used as a net bowler, you go on tours. So the workload may be a bit high. ,

 

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