Amid the growing demands of cricket fans, Squad India On Friday youngster Imran Malik made his debut in the first ODI against New Zealand in Auckland. In the absence of the senior players, Jammu’s fast bowler got ample opportunity to open the Indian bowling attack with fellow debutant Arshdeep Singh. The match didn’t end in India’s favor as the hosts recorded a seven-wicket win to take a 1-0 lead in the series, but Imran certainly made an impact with his explosive pace.
From the start, his right arm quickly mocked the speed gun by consistently clocking in at over 145 kmph. Where most Indian bowlers have failed in one small over, Imran returned figures of 2 for 66 in 10 overs. The juniors even achieved a top speed of 153.1 kilometers per hour during his impressive howls.
ex india pacer f Globalism The winner of the trophy, Zaheer Khan, singled out high praise for Imran. talking on Amazon Prime In the video, Zaheer said the wrestler from Jammu should back up his strength and look at the bowl as soon as possible.
“He was fantastic. He started very well. The pace everyone talks about is his strength, he backed it up. Going into the final half there are some sure lessons but it’s just the first game for him at this level. It’s about getting out there, enjoying the moment and giving everything. “I think it was a good debut for him,” said Zaheer.
“You can overlook his runs at the moment but what is important for a player like him, who bowls with such speed, is the intention of taking the wicket. That was good, and his body language was good too. All the fine tuning he will do as he progresses in his career. But what is important is that he He should back up his strength and look at the bowl as fast as he can. Show decent control and he should keep it up.
“You need variety in your bowling attack. I’ve used different bowlers for different things. When you look at Imran, you have to look at him as a wicket-taker. Let him thrive as the bowler who will be your attacking bowler. He’s someone who probably doesn’t think of runs. He’ll seep in.” This process but you have to take it in your stride and support him to be free. This is something very important.”
Earlier, Kane Williamson and Tom Latham stitched together an unbeaten run of 221 for the fourth wicket to snatch victory away from India. Latham top-scored with an unbeaten 145 off 104 balls while Williamson scored 94 not out.
Both teams will now move their bases to Hamilton where they will play 2Abbreviation II ODI on Sunday.