I feel I can get Warner out any time: Kuldeep

Annette Crawford
September 21, 2017

Glenn Maxwell did manage to upset the rhythm of the Indian spinners with some clean hitting until RCB boy Chahal deliberately bowled one outside off for him to mistime his attempt to long on. "I think 160 with one new ball would have made things a lot easier", Smith said. When you have two new balls from both ends, as you saw the whole game, they found it hard. It was the same for us. When you are playing 20 overs, you don't have a great deal of time to make things up. "Perhaps we could have been a little bit more defensive at the start, keep wickets in hand and went harder later".

Chahal, when asked if the Indians held any perceived advantage, said they won the game because they bowled brilliantly. But the bowler's 10 overs cost 66 runs. "We've been facing our fast bowlers in the nets and other net bowlers as well", Smith said.

"The 21-over game was a plus-point for Australia because the rules were not according to T20".

"But the plus was that the wicket was turning and the way our medium-pacers bowled at the start helped us put pressure on them from the very beginning. We never allowed them to get into the game".

Young bowler Kuldeep Yadav has proved to be an integral part of Virat Kohli-led team India.

With Aaron Finch out with injury, Australia need the experience of Smith and David Warner to rack up the runs, but Kuldeep revealed that India had its plans in place.

"Wrist spinners are mostly attacking and when your captain is so attacking you get more freedom to attack", he added.

September 20: Left-arm Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav, while claiming that David Warner comes under pressure while facing him, on Tuesday said that he feels he can get the swashbuckling Australian opener out at any time.

Kuldeep also elaborated how the pressure that he has created on Warner may enable him to get his wicket quickly.

"He feels this guy can get me out anytime, so the pressure is not on me".

Australians were cruising at one point of time during their chase with Steve Smith and Travis Head at the crease and score at 85 for the loss of a couple of wickets. "Kisi player pe agar aap haavi ho to jaldi out karne ki koshish karoge (whenever you have an upperhand over a particular player, you would try to get him out as quickly as possible)", Kuldeep said.

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