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« on: March 08, 2018, 07:22:49 pm »

ustralian fast bowling great Glenn McGrath is highly impressed with Indian pacers' performance during the Test series in South Africa and backed them to maintain the momentum in the upcoming tours of England and Australia.

Indian pacers bowled their heart out in the series which the visitors lost 1-2.

"They say you can't win Test matches consistently if you can't take 20 wickets. The bowlers India have at the moment are looking Garry Gilliam Womens Jersey good, especially (Bhuvneshwar) Kumar, Mohammad Shami and Jasprit Bumrah as well as the spinners," McGrath, who is Director of Coaching at MRF Pace Foundation, told reporters here.
He also said apart from the three pacers (Bhuvneshwar, Shami and Bumrah), Hardik Pandya was also doing a good job."Obviously Pandya is doing his job as well. There is no shortage of bowlers. So things are looking good for India at the moment," he added.
McGrath also heaped praise on U-19 star Kamlesh Nagarkoti, who attracted a lot of attention with his left-arm pace in the World Cup in New Zealand. It helped him bag a lucrative deal with KKR for the upcoming IPL.
"He has got some good real pace. I was impressed (with his performance) in the U-19 WC. He has got selected for Glover Quin Authentic Jersey KKR which Max Tuerk Youth jersey is another bonus for him. I think he has got a bright career in front of him.
"For someone so young he is able to generate high speeds which will put stress on his body. As long as he looks after his body and concentrate on what he wants to do, he will get the results. He can't get lazy. Its tough to get to the top but its tougher to stay there," the legendary paceman, who finished with 563 wickets from 124 Tests, said.
On what India had to do well to succeed on the forthcoming tour of England, the former Aussie paceman said it is about getting used to the conditions and adapt to Duke balls.
"It's just about getting used to the conditions. We always say bowl with good control, hit the deck top of off-stump. In England you have to hit that right length. There will be seam movement but the pitches wont be as quick as what is in Australia. It is different to what it is in India.
"If they can adapt using that Duke cricket balls, I think the Indian bowlers will enjoy bowling there," he added.On India's tour of Australia later this year and if the team stood a chance, McGrath said despite the good performance in South Africa, Australia would win. cheap jerseys free shipping cheap nfl jerseys wholesale nfl jerseys cheap jerseys wholesale nfl jerseys cheap nfl jerseys
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