Rahkeem Cornwall leaves the ball like Steve Smith

Rahkeem Cornwall leaves the ball like Steve Smith

Rahkeem Cornwall leaves the ball like Steve Smith [Pic Source : Sony Liv]

Currently, West Indies and India are playing the second test of the two-match test series. West Indies need 423 more runs to win the Test and level the series while India need eight wickets to win. At the end of day 3, Windies was on 45 runs with the loss of two wickets. They all out on 117 runs in the first inning. India have a good chance to win the test series. For West Indies, Rahkeem Cornwall made his test debut and became the heaviest cricketer to play test cricket. His weight is 143 KG.

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During the first inning of West Indies, When Rahkeem Cornwall was batting; He leaves some deliveries like Steve Smith left the ball during the second Ashes Test.

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Jasprit Bumrah after the end of day 3,

“The captain’s confidence gives you a lot of self-belief. When you bowl, you can express yourself; you can try whatever you want to do. That gives you a lot of confidence, not only me but each and every bowler is being backed by him so much,” Jasprit Bumrah told reporters.

“As a bowling unit we are very happy, and then we have the freedom to do what we want,” he added.

“I played a lot of cricket in England, we played a lot of Test matches, we bowled with the duke ball. There is a lot of movement with the duke ball; you get a lot of confidence in outswing, inswing, whatever you’re trying. So, that experience helped me out,” Bumrah said.

“You have to assess the wicket, what are the conditions, what works here. Here the wicket has a lot more bounce. In such bouncy wickets, you can become greedy and bowl short, but you shouldn’t do that. You should look to bowl in good areas and create pressure and try and bowl full. That was the plan going into the first innings,” he said

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