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Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan showed ability to perform under pressure: Paras Mhambrey



India’s bowling coach Paras Mhambrey is keeping an eye on the ongoing T20 International series against West Indies to identify the team’s bowling attack for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia. “It’s part of our preparation for the (T20) World Cup. Right now, we are looking at the various options that we have and giving the youngsters an opportunity to find out who works for us,” said Mhambrey told reporters after the second T20 which India lost by five wickets on Monday night. “It’s easy to plan like this,” he said.

Mhambrey praised the young Indian bowling line-up, which includes the more experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar as well as Avesh Khan and Arshdeep Singh.

“Very happy with the ability they have shown. We have played the last few matches, Arsh and Avesh have shown their ability to perform under pressure and that is something I am very happy with,” he said.

“What impresses me the most is how much they want to learn and improve every day. When you’re a coach, it’s a two-way communication. It makes it easier to interact with the bowlers and its Adverse. .

“Yes, we will try different things, different players. You have (Jasprit) Bumrah not out here. (Mohammed) Shami too. But I see it as an opportunity for the young bowlers to prove themselves,” he said. I see.”

Mhambrey, in fact, was full of praise for the 23-year-old Arshdeep, who once again produced a neat spell (1/26 from 4 overs) in the second T20I.

“I have been watching him for a long time, especially since the IPL. Something that really stood out was his ability to perform under pressure,” Mhambrey said.

“If you look at how he plays, he bowls first in the powerplay and also in the death. The restraint he has shown so far has been phenomenal,” he added.

Mhambrey said that despite the average performance of the batting unit, there was a lot of positivity in the last match.


“We didn’t have many runs on the board. But, it’s like that. It’s the format. You go there and still perform. Initially the idea was to go and take wickets.

“Thanks to the bowlers, the way we bowled, the spinners… (Ravindra) Jadeja bowled his full spell. Bhuvi (Bhubaneswar) too. So, everyone contributed. It went to the wire. But like this This is the format,” he said.

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