Delhi Capitals bowler Avesh Khan got a place in Team India

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Delhi Capitals bowler Avesh Khan got a place in Team India squad as standby player in WTC final and England Test series

Fast bowler Avesh Khan, who has been included as a stand-by in the Indian team for the Test series with England. Ready to travel with the Indian team, Khan said that his performance in the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) gave him a lot of confidence.

Avesh Khan took 14 wickets in 8 matches while playing for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2021

Avesh Khan impressed everyone with his bowling this season and also performed amazingly in Death Overs. He told, “I played all the matches for Delhi this time, so I definitely felt very confident. I bowled very well. The team also won the matches. We top the point table But that’s why I was feeling very confident. “

In the Purple Cap race, with Chris Morris in second place, Khan is disappointed that the IPL was halted midway. But it is a pleasure that he got a big responsibility this year and he was successful in fulfilling this responsibility.

All the matches played for Delhi Capitals this season

Avesh Khan said, “I got the responsibility and I did it well. I bowled at every stage – with the new ball, the middle overs, and the death overs. The coach and captain of the team gave me a lot of confidence, so whatever position I got, I really did well every time. The 24-year-old right-arm Pacer played all eight matches in Delhi this season. In the last four editions – from 2017 to 2020, he only got a chance to play nine matches. “

Delhi Capitals bowler Avesh Khan got a place in Team India as standby player

Good performance in first class Cricket

Avesh, a resident of Indore who represents Madhya Pradesh in domestic cricket, is doing well in first-class cricket. He has taken 100 wickets in 26 first-class matches.

14 wickets in Mushtaq Ali Trophy

He took 28 wickets in five Ranji Trophy matches in the 2019-20 season. This season the tournament was canceled due to Covid-19. Before that, in 2018-19, he took 35 wickets in seven matches. Khan said, I have been doing well in domestic cricket for the last two seasons, but the IPL has brought me into the limelight. This year also in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy, I have 14 wickets in five matches.

Asked whether it would be difficult to switch from T20 mode to Test mode and what changes he expected to bring in his bowling, Avesh said, it is important to focus on line and length in Tests. It is important to have patience here. The more patience you bowl, the better it will be.

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