India vs Bangladesh: Kuldeep Yadav Sends Shockwaves With His Statement After 1st Test. Batsman Shubman Gill (20 & 110) and India vice-captain Cheteshwar Pujara (90 & 102*) both seemed to have a good case for the Player of the Match honor at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Sunday, but Kuldeep Yadav (40 & 8/113) won it in the end.
On the fifth day of the first Test match of their 2022 visit to Bangladesh in Chattogram, India defeated Bangladesh by 188 runs to take a 1-0 series lead.
After beginning the final day with a score of 272/6, Bangladesh lost their final four wickets for 52 runs and was bowled out for 324 in 113.2 overs. They were trying to reach a 513-run goal.
In an effort to score runs fast, Captain Shakib Al Hasan (84) continued to play too many strokes, although he ultimately hit six fours and six sixes for a strike rate of 77.77.
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In the second innings, India’s all-rounder Axar Patel stood out among his team’s bowlers with bowling figures of 32.2-10-77-4. Fellow left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who today added 20-3-73-3 to his five-wicket performance in the first innings, provided good support for Patel.
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“I was trying to work on my rhythm and bowl quicker”: Kuldeep Yadav
When Kuldeep Yadav returns to the Test field after a 22-month layoff, his game-winning effort will definitely improve his reputation among Indian spinners. He contributed in the opening innings with both bat and ball, so his batting will likely get attention in the future.
“To be very honest I am happy with the performance, both with bat and ball. In the first innings, the pitch was quicker than in the second innings. There was some pace in the first innings, but the second innings was very challenging. It was slower. so I was trying to work on my rhythm and bowl quicker,” Kuldeep Yadav told the host broadcaster after winning the match.
“Probably more revs on the ball make it challenging for the batters and it is difficult to step down and drive as well (why wrist spinners have that extra edge). I just worked on my rhythm and tried to be more aggressive and it’s helped me a lot. The action is the same, just trying to be aggressive in the rhythm (about working on his bowling),” Kuldeep Yadav Added.
Yadav won a match award for the first time in his Test career after scoring his third Test five-fer in just his eighth encounter. It marks the 28-year-old player’s eighth such honor across all formats.