Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Daniel Vettori: Harshal Patel with Jasprit Bumrah in death overs can make India a formidable T20 team

Fast bowler Harshal Patel, who came to play in the national team jersey for the first time on Friday, made his debut match special by bowling brilliantly. He took two wickets for 25 runs in the second T20 International against New Zealand in Ranchi. He was also awarded the Man of the Match award for his brilliant performance. India easily won this match by seven wickets. Seeing the bowling of Harshal, who took the highest wicket-taker in IPL 2021 in this match, it did not seem that this bowler is playing his debut match. New Zealand’s legendary bowler Daniel Vettori is very impressed with his bowling. He has said that his pairing with Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah can wreak a lot of havoc.

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Speaking to ‘ESPN Cricinfo’, Vettori said, “Death overs are very important in the T20 format. Not everyone can bowl well in the last overs and if India have Bumrah and Harshal then this pair will become very dangerous. So in such a situation, if you have a Bumrah-Hershal pair, you can also get the spinners bowled in the first six overs as a change.

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Harshal gives credit for success to de Villiers

After winning the Man of the Match award in the second T20 match against New Zealand, Harshal said that AB de Villiers has been a big influence in his career. He said, “I have always been watching him silently. Recently in UAE I asked him how to bowl economical in the big overs. He said that even when the batsman hits a good ball, do not change. Force the batsman to hit the good balls, because he will think that you will bowl the second ball, but it will not happen. This thing remained in my mind in the second phase of IPL 2021 and will now remain in my entire career.

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