Thursday, February 25, 2021

Ishant Sharma’s big statement, said- World Test Championship is like a World Cup for me

The third match of the four-Test series being played between India and England will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad from 24 February. This test match is going to be very important in terms of series. In the second Test, Team India defeated England by 317 runs, while in the first Test, India suffered a defeat by English team by 227 runs. The day-night Test match played at Motera Stadium will be very special for Ishant Sharma. Ishant will go on to play the 100th Test match of his career. Meanwhile, the Indian fast bowler said in a big statement that the World Test Championship is like a World Cup for him and he wants to win it.

Speaking at the virtual press conference, Ishant Sharma said, ‘I am currently thinking about the World Test Championship final. This is my World Cup and winning it will be a one-day World Cup win. Asked if James Anderson is playing at the age of 38, can he do it too? Ishant said, ’38. I only think about one match at a time. You do not know what happens next. Now I am more professional about recovery. Previously practiced a lot, but did not pay attention to recovery. It is important to take care of the body with age. Ishant has 302 wickets in 99 Tests so far.

Ravichandran Ashwin and Akshar Patel performed brilliantly for India in the second Test match played in Chennai. Ashwin took eight wickets and played a brilliant century. At the same time, Akshar Patel, playing his debut match, took five wickets in the second innings. In batting, Rohit Sharma played a superb inning of 161 runs in the first inning. Chasing a target of 482 runs, the entire England team was all out after scoring 164 runs.

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