India vs New Zealand 2nd ODI: It will be difficult for Kuldeep Yadav to get a chance in the second ODI against New Zealand. In the first match, captain Rohit Sharma could not bowl him his full quota.
India vs New Zealand: The second match of the three-match ODI series between India and New Zealand will be played in Raipur on January 21. It was a do or die match for the Kiwis. New Zealand must win this match to stay in the series. India won the first match at Hyderabad and took a 1-0 lead in the series. It is true that even after the victory in the first ODI, India could not breathe. Because the way Kiwis batsman Michael Bracewell lashed out at the Indian bowlers… Team India’s bowling flaws were exposed. All bowlers before Bracewell proved to be expensive. Seeing his batting style, captain Rohit Sharma and Kuldeep Yadav couldn’t bowl all the overs. With this, it seems that there is a possibility that Kuldeep will be left out of the eleven that will play the second ODI.
The real reason for not completing the over..
In the match against New Zealand, Rohit Sharma gave the ball to Kuldeep Yadav in the fourth change of bowling. Kuldeep bowled brilliantly in the Kiwis team and took two wickets. However, he also had some huge shots on the ball during this time. But, when Kuldeep was stopped from bowling, he made a maiden and took 2 wickets for 43 runs in 8 overs. This is believed to be the reason why Kuldeep’s quota was not fulfilled. Because when it comes to bowling Kuldeep, Michael Bracewell is in full form. He lashed out at all the bowlers of Team India. Bracewell is a left-handed batter. Kuldeep Yadav is also a left arm leg spinner. The skipper is of the opinion that Kuldeep is likely to prove costly in front of an in-form Bracewell. Perhaps that’s why Rohit Sharma felt it wasn’t right to bowl to Kuldeep.
If Bracewell shows his ability.. it will be difficult for the bowlers..
New Zealand lower middle order batsman Michael Bracewell has been in excellent form. Although he had no experience of playing international cricket, after making his debut in international cricket, he developed his image as an aggressive batsman. He scored two centuries batting at number seven. Earlier, MS Dhoni was the only one in the list to score two centuries playing at number seven. Now Bracewell equalizes Dhoni. If Bracewell once again shows his ability in the match in Raipur, the difficulties of the Indian bowlers will increase.