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“Evaluate Yourself”: England’s Best Tears Apart “Bazball”


England lost the series 4-1 to the Indian cricket team captained by Rohit Sharma.

In the last encounter of an exciting five-match series, the Indian cricket team, captained by Rohit Sharma, capitalised on the frustration of the England batsmen to win by an innings and 64 runs, handing the visitors their worst loss since the ‘Bazball’ era. India was competing for valuable World Test Championship points, as they already had the series won, but England made their task easier by self-imploding on the third day of play in Dharamsala. Following the game, Ben Stokes and Co. were “lost” in all of the conversations centered about Bazball, according to former England captain Nasser Hussain.

“Too much has been said and spoken about Bazball. The squad does not like it when we get lost in that word. It all comes down to individual performances under those circumstances, Hussain stated on news sources.

James Anderson became the first bowler in Test cricket history to reach 700 wickets in the match in Dharamsala.

It was also Ravichandran Ashwin’s 100th Test match, and he made history with an incredible effort. In the 147-year history of cricket, the Indian off-spinner made history by becoming the first bowler to take five wickets in an innings during his debut and 100th Test match. Ashwin took nine wickets at the end of the innings.

“They both turned out to be greats of the game because they never gave up on their craft. James Anderson collected his 700th wicket in the Test, while Ravichandran Ashwin claimed nine wickets in his 100th Test. Jimmy, the former captain of England, felt that, at forty-one, he needed a little more zip in his run-up speed when he went into the crease after a disappointing Ashes series.

Ashwin’s knowledge of seam placements and ball delivery is constantly expanding. Kuldeep Yadav, an Indian spinner, is another player you examine in Version Two. Since he made an effort to get better, it is far superior than Version One,” he continued.



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