𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Indian cricket team vice-captain and right-handed opener batsman Rohit Sharma has made a big statement about T. Natarajan.
He praised this young fast bowler of the Indian team very strongly. And said that he is a fast bowler that the Indian cricket team really needs.
The last match of the series of 4 Test matches between India and Australia is being played in Brisbane. Where the Indian team gave Australia 369 runs in the first innings.
In the first innings for the Indian cricket team, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, and T. Natarajan took three wickets each.
Left-arm young bowler T. Natarajan dismissed three Australian batsmen Matthew Wade, Marnus Labuschagne, and Josh Hazlewood.
Rohit Sharma said in his press conference on Saturday, T. Natarajan is a bright prospect for our team.
When he played cricket with white balls for the Indian team and showed a lot of discipline. He also performed very well in the Indian Premier League.
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One-day cricket against the Australian team greatly boosted his confidence. The bowling that Natarajan bowled in Test cricket against Australia was unbelievable and quite accurate.
The same Rohit Sharma said any person who is playing his first Test match and doing so brilliantly. Actually, we can say that he understands his bowling quite well.
There is something inside India that India wants. T Natarajan was trying what he expected from him.
The same Rohit Sharma while talking about the performances of T Natarajan and Washington Sundar said, both players have played some first-class matches before.
It is never easy to play cricket against a strong team like Australia but they showed very well.
Rohit Sharma further said we cannot give easy runs to them by putting pressure against the batsmen of the Australian team.
It is quite easy to score runs on this pitch because it is a good pitch for batting. Both players showed great discipline in this match.
Where his team was expecting him to do something and he met the expectations of the team.