Pakistan not happy with Kuldeep’s return! Pavilion sent to half the team, yet questions arose


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India took a 1-0 lead in the Test series against Bangladesh.
In the first match, India defeated Bangladesh by 188 runs.

new Delhi. Team India has won the first Test between India and Bangladesh. In this entire match, Team India has dominated the hosts, be it batting or bowling. Rahul and Co. had set a mammoth target of 513 runs in front of Bangladesh. At the same time, after the first innings, the best return of Team India’s chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav was seen. He forced the batsmen of the opposing team to kneel down by taking 5 wickets in a single innings.

At the same time, he has taken three wickets in the second innings as well. Despite this spectacular comeback after February 2021, questions are being raised on him. However, no reaction has been seen from India against this bowler. But former Pakistan cricketer Danish Kaneria has dug out the opportunity. He has raised questions about the fitness of Kuldeep Yadav. According to Kaneria, in the second innings, Kuldeep did not bowl as before.

Kuldeep disappointed me – Danish Kaneria

Danish Kaneria said about Kuldeep Yadav’s fitness, ‘Kuldeep Yadav disappointed me today. He did brilliantly in the first innings, took five wickets and bowled with rhythm. That rhythm was nowhere to be seen in the second innings. He was looking tired. I think there is a slight fitness issue. When he is in his rhythm, he will not let the batsmen play easily because there is a lot of variety in the wrist spinners. He can do big miracles.

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India finished the match before the break

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan was looking very aggressive on the last day of the match. But Kuldeep Yadav also trapped him in his spin. Chinaman showed the way to the pavilion to Shakib on 84 runs. The Indian team ended the match before the first break.

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