Umesh Yadav sends warning to the England cricket team

XtraTime Web Desk: Indian cricket team’s star pacer Umesh Yadav today said that the Indian cricket team will carry their “aggressive and confident mindset” during the forthcoming England tour.

While talking to the media Umesh praised the team effort after they thumped Ireland by 143 runs.




“I am happy with my performance as well. I really enjoyed my game. Whatever I have done in the Indian Premier League (IPL), I have done the same here. Hopefully, I continue giving my best in the future,” said Umesh.

Umesh doesn’t want to think about his irregularity in the squad and he wants to give his 100 percent for the team whenever he will get a chance.




“The team is well balanced with the presence of Bhuvi [Bhuvneshwar Kumar], [Jasprit] Bumrah and [Mohammad] Shami. I’m not thinking whether I will be selected or not [in future games]. When my turn comes, I give my 100 percent,” the 30-year-old Nagpur pacer said.




While answering about the two-ball rule in the ODIs, Umesh added,”If you use one ball, it becomes older and you get reverse swing. But with two balls, when we bowl from two ends, the reverse swing is very less. It is difficult for fast bowlers. to bowl the right lengths and yorkers. Especially, if the ball does not do anything in the death overs, it is difficult for the fast bowlers to handle pressure, since the wicket is flat. You saw how England played on such a track and made 480-odd runs [against Australia].”

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