In the fourth innings of the Chattogram Test match against the Bangladesh National Cricket Team, left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav of the India National Cricket Team did not impress former Pakistan National Cricket Team leg-spinner Danish Kaneria.
Kuldeep Yadav, who is making his Test debut for India after a long absence of 22 months, put on an amazing all-around display against Bangladesh at Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
In the second innings of the game, he claimed a 5-wicket haul by removing Shakib Al Hasan, Nurul Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Taijul Islam, and Ebadot Hossain.
Danish Kaneria criticized Kuldeep for his performance in the match’s fourth innings, when he finished with the statistics of 18-2-69-1 following Day 4, in a video posted on his own YouTube channel. The Indian left-arm wrist-spinner, according to a former Pakistani leg-spinner, missed the rhythm that he had displayed in the second innings.
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“Kuldeep Yadav let me down today. He bowled brilliantly in the first innings, picked up five wickets, and bowled with rhythm. That rhythm was nowhere to be seen today,” Danish Parabha Shanker Kaneria said speaking on his YouTube channel.
He looked fatigued, I think there’s a slight fitness issue – Danish Kaneria on Kuldeep Yadav
Kaneria added that Kuldeep was worn out in the latter two innings of the game and thought he may have a fitness problem. Former Pakistani bowler’s comments
“He looked fatigued. I think there’s a slight fitness issue. When he’ll be in rhythm, he won’t allow batters to play easily because wrist spinners have a lot of variety. He can do wonders.”
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Notably, Kuldeep recorded the greatest Test stats by an Indian spinner in Bangladesh when he concluded his spell with the numbers 16-6-40-5 in the second innings of the game. He joined Ashwin and Sunil Joshi as the only other Indian spinners to get a 5-wicket haul in Test cricket in Bangladesh.