T Natarajan was out of motion as a result of a shoulder niggle.© Twitter
India’s newest tempo bowling discover T Natarajan is “thrilled” to hitch the squad forward of the fifth and the ultimate T20I in opposition to England. Natarajan made his debut within the limited-overs format in opposition to Australia in December 2020 whereas his first match within the longest format of the sport got here in January. Having missed the primary 4 video games of the T20I sequence as a result of a knee and shoulder harm, the tempo sensation is now delighted to be again after finishing his rehab on the Nationwide Cricket Academy.
“Select a job you like and you’ll by no means need to work a day in your life” – Thrilled to be again in blue with the boys @BCCI,” Natarajan tweeted.
— Natarajan (@Natarajan_91) March 19, 2021
Natarajan had a dream run within the T20I sequence in Australia and skipper Virat Kohli had praised the teen for his constant exhibiting.
“Particular point out for Natarajan, within the absence of (Mohammed) Shami and Jasprit (Bumrah), he stood out and actually delivered below stress,” Kohli had mentioned.
“It’s excellent as a result of he’s taking part in his first few video games on the worldwide stage. He appears very composed, he’s a humble and hard-working man, he’s positive of what he’s doing.
“I hope he continues to maintain working onerous on his sport and will get higher as a result of a left-arm bowler is an asset for any staff and if he can hold bowling on this approach constantly, it will likely be a terrific factor for us heading into the World Cup subsequent 12 months.”
Coming again to the continued T20I sequence, a blistering half-century from Suryakumar Yadav (57), adopted by an excellent efficiency from the bowlers, had helped India win the fourth T20I of the continued sequence in opposition to England on the Narendra Modi Stadium on Thursday night.
With the eight-run win over England, India levelled the sequence 2-2 with the sequence decider to be performed at present on the identical venue.
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