“That’s The Main Challenge”: Daniel Vettori Weighs In On Pitches Used In India-Australia Tests
The 22-year-old inexperienced Australian spinner Todd Murphy has somehow found a way to keep pace with the experienced spinners involved in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Murphy found a way to retain the likes of Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Nathan Lyon. She is the talking point of the latest edition of the BGT series. “Todd has the skills that he can be a defensive bowler and he can be an attacking bowler and can work around whatever is required of him in the game. For such a young and inexperienced spinner…here To be able to come in and handle these tough situations and play a needed role has been impressive,” Daniel Vettori was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo.
The 22-year-old Border was able to pick up only one wicket in the third Test match of the Gavaskar Trophy. His only victim was former Indian captain Virat Kohli, and that one wicket was enough to ensure India’s downfall in the third Test match. Even though Nathan Lyon got all the praise at the end of the match, Murphy was still the talk of the town for his performance in BGT.
“I’ll probably look at that second innings..the one where Matty was leaking a little bit. So for that [Murphy] To do this, it is a huge role. Although they didn’t get wickets, we acknowledge that spell of bowling, which was dryness from their side,” Vettori continued.
Murphy’s performance caught the attention of the entire world. Even his teammates were impressed by his performance against the experienced Indian batsmen. His teammates and management were in awe of him. Australia’s assistant coach Daniel Vettori revealed that stand-in captain Steve Smith specifically pointed out Murphy for his recent achievements.
Steve Smith sang it [Murphy] out around his performance in the last test. Obviously, Nathan and Matt got all the wickets but… their spell allowed everyone around them to get those wickets. And I think that’s probably the epitome of that, the series of balls he bowled to Kohli.”
Australia’s assistant coach Daniel Vettori emphasized the role of the surface throughout the BGT series.
“That’s the main challenge on these surfaces, the expectation is so high that you’re going to do well. [and] You’re going to get a wicket every ball,” “To be consistent against some of the best players of spin you come into these conditions and with these expectations has probably been the most impressive thing ever,” continued Daniel Vettori. kept.
India will face Australia in the final Test of the BGT series on March 9 at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Gujarat.
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