Ind Vs Ban: Yuzvendra Chahal Backs India To Return To Winning Ways
Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who bowled with the best economy rate of 6 in the first T20I against Bangladesh said that a three-match series is enough for a bounce back. The Bangladesh side defeated India by 7 wickets in the opening match of the series at Arun Jaitley Stadium on Sunday, November 3, 2019. They won their first T20 match against the Men in Blue, chasing an easy target of 149.
Bangladesh win by seven wickets!— ICC (@ICC) November 3, 2019
A fabulous 60* from 43 by Mushfiqur Rahim guides the visitors to victory.#INDvBAN | SCORECARD 👇 https://t.co/qBFzQDJ3Bspic.twitter.com/rPd8KV8uMX
Talking to the press, Chahal said that a couple of matches could go wrong, but there is no pressure from the management before the second T20 in Rajkot. He added that the only thing the Indian side will carry forward is not repeating mistakes they did in their previous T20I against Bangladesh. The 29-year-old said that the team believes in making a comeback in the Rajkot match. And there is no pressure in losing a single game in the three-match series. He said that it’s not a knockout game, so one is bound to win and lose. Chahal, who recorded figures of 1/24 in the previous match, said that Bangladesh played better than team India in that match.
Ind vs Ban: Not leading the attack
Chahal stated that the team has just lost one match and it has two more to go and the team will bounce back. Chahal has always played a significant role in the shortest format of cricket. Despite being a match-winner, he does not see himself as leading the bowling attack. He stated that everyone had played 30-40 IPL matches and they have a good experience, and he has just played extra T20I compared to them. He signed off by saying that he can only bowl four overs and there are 16 more overs to be bowled.