ENG vs IND Nasser Hussain on Zak Crawley another failure He must make most of his ability


Former England captain Nasser Hussain has strongly criticized the form of team opener Jack Crowley. Jack Crawley returned to the pavilion after scoring just 9 runs in the first innings on the second day of the fifth Test against India. Trying to drive the ball outside the off-stump, Crowley played a poor shot and Shubman Gill caught his brilliant catch at slips. Bumrah took all three of England’s opening wickets after setting a record with the bat, leaving the hosts struggling at 60 for three at tea break. In the opening session of the day, Bumrah caught Alex Lees (six) in the second session, Jack Crawley (nine) and Olly Pope (10) at slips off the ‘seventh’ ball of his third and sixth overs after bowling Crowley’s. Catch Shubman Gill while Pope’s catch was caught by Shreyas Iyer.

Nasser Hussain said that Jack Crowley should make the most of his abilities before time runs out. Hussain considers him a talented player. Even in the recently concluded series against New Zealand, Crowley’s bat did not get runs. He scored 43, 9, 4, 0, 6 and 25 runs in the series.

“You can’t go back to the 90s, where England kept changing,” Hussain said on Sky Sports’ broadcast in England during a rain-stopped game. People feel more comfortable if they have support and have been kept in the team for a long time. You have to score runs but he is getting out in a way. I think he is the real test of McCullum and Stokes’ brand of cricket.

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He added, “Crowley is in charge of his own career and you don’t want to be that talented player who plays good shots, but you want to be the talented player who makes the most of his potential.” For example, Bairstow has been positive in his last three innings but not careless, whereas in England there is a difference between batting at number five and opening.

 

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