Bharat Arun Comments on the Performance of Indian Bowlers

Bharat Arun Comments on the Performance of Indian Bowlers

Bharat Arun Comments on the Performance of Indian Bowlers

The bowling coach has confidence with the Men in Blue bowlers in Test cricket

Indian Cricket Team bowling coach Bharat Arun praised the bowlers’ performance in the first Test against South Africa. Bowlers like Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja helped the team win the match with their huge scores. 

The 56-year-old bowling coach confidently spoke about the Men in Blue being the number one team. He also talked about how the team works on their bowling.

‘We don’t ask for the kind of wickets we get. For us to be the number one team in the world, we’ve got to accept and play on any wicket that’s on offer. Even when we go abroad, we hardly look at the wicket’, Arun said.

‘Ideally, a normal wear and tear wicket for the Test match is fine but if you want to be No.1 team in the world, you can’t be looking at wickets. You got to look at the bowling, adapt your bowling instantaneously for success’.

India is slated to compete with the South African Cricket Team for the second Test match tomorrow at Pune. The Men in Blue (-833.33) has the best odds to win against the Proteas (+580). Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala. 


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