Harbhajan Singh praised pool for India’s spinner Axar Patel’s bowling. The performance of left-arm arm spinner Axar Patel, who made his Test debut against the England cricket team.
Axar Patel has also impressed many veterans besides cricket lovers. His bowling and understanding are being praised everywhere.
And with this, he is also considered to be an important bowler for the last Test. The last Test match will be played from today at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
A day-night test match was also played between these two teams at the same ground. In this match, Axar Patel made the England batsmen very much with his dangerous bowling.
No English batsman could do much in front of Axar. Now, the off-spinner Harbhajan Singh of the Indian cricket team has told the specialty of the bowling of young Axar Patel.
Which forced the England batsmen in front of their bowling. Let us tell you that left-arm spin bowler Axar Patel made his Test debut during the second Test against England in Chennai.
He took 5 wickets in the second innings of that match. The same Axar Patel played a lot of havoc while playing cricket on his home ground.
Patel took 6-5 wickets in both innings of the third Test match against England. He took a total of 11 wickets in that match, seeing 70 runs. Axar Patel’s straight balls took more wickets of the English batsmen.
Talking about the bowling of the legendary off-spinner Harbhajan Singh, who took more than 400 wickets in Test cricket for the Indian team, said that he bowled with a very good line and length.
Harbhajan Singh said this during the program according to news agency INS. He said, the most difficult marigold was where the batsman has to face directly with the bat and I believe that Axar Patel was the best bowler in the Pink Ball Test.
Because the batsmen always had to play all their balls, Axar Patel himself did not know whether he would roam here or not.
At the same time, Harbhajan Singh said that it is more difficult to bowl with a lot of control in the right line and length on the pitch which helps spin. He further said, in our early days, spinners are taught to hit a wicket.
Ged must always be killed on the stumps with a spin. If there is spin in the wicket then the bowler will have to estimate how much spin is required.
If you are consistently missing the stumps, then it is a bowler’s mistake. If the pitch is spin or any other type of bowling, bowling is always much more challenging.