new Delhi: England and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) fast bowler Chris Jordan believes that the bowler must have a sense of humor to withstand the pressure of the death overs.
Jordan said, ‘What happened to Sheldon can happen to anyone. Bowling in death overs is a laughing joke because you are putting the ball in front of the best hitters in the world.
He said, ‘At that time every batsman wants to hit sixes. In such a situation, it is important for the bowler to remain calm. He should focus on his work and I bowl with this thought.
Jordan said, “In this format, batsmen make incredible shots.” In such a situation, you can be free from stress by laughing and joking. We are living in such times anyway (due to Corona epidemic) that getting a chance to play on the field is a boon. ‘
Let me tell you that Jordan, who was considered a specialist of death overs, proved expensive in the match against Delhi Capitals and conceded 30 runs in an over. A week later, in Punjab’s Sheldon Cottrell’s over, Rahul Tewatia had given Rajasthan Royals a miraculous victory by hitting five sixes.