U-19 World Cup: Shivam Mavi, Kamlesh Nagarkoti to bring pace attack to Pakistan

India U-19 pacer Shivam Mavi has impressed many with his pace
India U-19 pacer Shivam Mavi has impressed lots of with his speed It is rarely that a person enters an Indian restaurant in a city hosting an India-Pakistan cricket encounter and finds that the majority of the public sitting within are absolutely uninformed of the match. It may only be the U-19 World Cup, however the absence of interest in the city of Christchurch, is a bit mystifying.

Pacer Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Pacer Kamlesh Nagarkoti While the lack of interest off the field may be an unique scenario, on the field, the game is likewise breaking a normal pattern. Normally, the discussion prior to an India-Pakistan match frequently circulates around Pakistan’s pacers and how the Indian batsmen will need to cope with them. This time around, the rate bowling boots are on various feet.Perhaps for the very first time, it is India who boast of quick bowlers capable of outdoing their neighbours. Kamlesh Nagarkoti and Shivam Mavi have actually impressed numerous during this World Cup with their capability to rattle the opposition with some reveal pace.Speed barriers breached Both pacers have actually breached the 140kmph barrier consistently throughout the competition. And oddly enough, Pakistan have simply the six-foot-five Shaheen Afridi to offer a burst of speed.Not only do the Indian pacers have the upper hand in terms of rate, however they have actually also displayed in the first four matches that they are more than capable of knocking down stumps too. Of the 18 wickets taken by the Indian seamers so far, nine have been bowled. This implies that the Indian kids are lethal when it comes to hitting the stumps properly and with late swing– an art that is typically associated more with Pakistan’s pace battery.Pakistan unperturbed On the eve of the match nevertheless, Pakistan captain, Hasan Khan played down that Indian quick bowlers were quicker than his lot.”I don’t
think that matters to be honest. At the end of day, we need to play the ball that is bowled down the pitch despite the pitch. So, it’s practically enjoying it and hitting it, “he said.Khan might be right, but as lots of Indian groups have actually learnt in the past, that’s easier said than done. So, with the shoe on the other foot today, it might well be a case of Indian pacers terrorising the Pakistani batsman rather than the other way round.Download the new mid-day< a title=" mid-day android app "href= target =_ blank > Android and iOS apps to get

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