Ahmedabad: In the day-night Test match against England at Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, Team India beat the whole England team. Indian team spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Akshar Patel (Axar Patel) dropped the English team like cards.
Team India’s ‘explosion’
On Thursday, the second day of the third Test match played at Narendra Modi Stadium, England beat England by 10 wickets to take a 2–1 lead in the four-match Test series. India had to score 49 runs to win, which they made in 7.4 overs without losing wickets. Rohit Sharma remained unbeaten on 25 balls with the help of three fours and a six, while Shubman Gill remained unbeaten on 15 runs with the help of one four and one six off 21 balls.
England caught in the trap of Akshar Patel’s spin
Left arm spinner Axar Patel took six wickets in the first innings of the match and five wickets in the second innings. He received the Man of the Match award for his performance. Patel, the hero of the victory, has said that he is happy that he is contributing to the victory of the Indian team with the ball, if not with the bat.
Pant calls the letter ‘Wasim Bhai’
Axar Patel has told that wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) gives him the voice of Wasim Bhai Wasim Bhai from behind. Regarding the secret behind this, he said, ‘When I put the arm ball inside, Pant tells me that you put the arm ball inside like Wasim (Akram) brother. So that’s why he calls me as Wasim Bhai ‘.
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Characters are happy with their performance
Akshar (Axar Patel) said after the match, ‘It feels great when a similar performance happens. But when it is not, then it seems very difficult. I feel that I should continue this form in the future also. I am not thinking much about those things, what is difficult and what is easy. I am very happy that I am contributing to the team’s victory, not with the bat, but with the ball and I am taking it positively ‘.
Akshar opens ‘secret’ of successful bowling
Talking about his strength in bowling, Akshar (Axar Patel) said, ‘I know that whenever I bowl the ball, I put wicket to wicket. I do not give much room to batsmen. I know I will get a wicket if the batsman makes a mistake. I always think that it is difficult for the batsman to score runs. Nowadays, it remains in the batsman’s mind that if he plays one or two over maidens, then he tries to hit the wrong shot and there is a possibility of getting a wicket.