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Evin Lewis is a powerful hack and he can bludgeon the ball and was looking to slog every ball,but the kid did not lose his call and bowled full and fast at the stumps and beat him for pace a couple of times......SK Yadav does what the average 3rd tier Indian domestic batsman usually does when playing good pace that is dab to 3rd man to him.....I see zip and can definitely see something special in him.

 

Just like you can usually spot a batsman having that extra time to time his shots,I see that extra zip in him.

 

Watch out for this one :two_thumbs_up:

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Evin Lewis is a powerful hack and he can bludgeon the ball and was looking to slog every ball,but the kid did not lose his call and bowled full and fast at the stumps and beat him for pace a couple of times......SK Yadav does what the average 3rd tier Indian domestic batsman usually does when playing good pace that is dab to 3rd man to him.....I see zip and can definitely see something special in him.

 

Just like you can usually spot a batsman having that extra time to time his shots,I see that extra zip in him.

 

Watch out for this one :two_thumbs_up:

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6 minutes ago, Straight Drive said:

Rubbish blowling performances in two matches . KKR should drop him and get someone else in team. Don't see him making higher teams if he struggles in IPL.

he has bowled well apart from one poor over for 15 runs. just conceded 11 runs in 19th over.

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17 minutes ago, Straight Drive said:

Rubbish blowling performances in two matches . KKR should drop him and get someone else in team. Don't see him making higher teams if he struggles in IPL.

Lolwut? Evin Lewis was looking to smack the leather out of the ball in the power play and was moving all over the place but he still kept his cool and beat him with both pace,bounce and seam movement.

 

He was not easy to get under and there we no half volleys so not sure what you saw.

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5 minutes ago, MultiB48 said:

why ? let him fail properly before you drop him .everyone gets smashed in t20.

he bowls well 5 balls and bowls a boundary. there he needs to concentrate on, to finish his over well.

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Just now, maniac said:

Lolwut? Evin Lewis was looking to smack the leather out of the ball in the power play and was moving all over the place but he still kept his cool and beat him with both pace,bounce and seam movement.

 

He was not easy to get under and there we no half volleys so not sure what you saw.

the guy has no idea about cricket

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Just now, rkt.india said:

he bowls well 5 balls and bowls a boundary. there he needs to concentrate on, to finish his over well.

Well even Umesh,Shami and at times Bumrah are guilty of that and this is T20 one margin of error and you can smacked...pretty sure a rookie can be excused.

 

Liked his temperament too....that is half the battle  won.

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9 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

he bowls well 5 balls and bowls a boundary. there he needs to concentrate on, to finish his over well.

When you bowl a lot of back to back dot balls the batsman will then throw the bat at you ,the bowler knows this deep down and perhaps buckle under that pressure .

 

Maybe it's better to concede a few singles and keep the batsman happy and he might not get desperate to score and the bowler ending up losing the plot.

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24 minutes ago, MultiB48 said:

When you bowl a lot of back to back dot balls the batsman will then throw the bat at you ,the bowler knows this deep down and perhaps buckle under that pressure .

 

Maybe it's better to concede a few singles and keep the batsman happy and he might not get desperate to score and the bowler ending up losing the plot.

handling the pressure is what will take him to the next level.

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3 hours ago, MultiB48 said:

why ? let him fail properly before you drop him .everyone gets smashed in t20.

Is this the right time for KKR to allow him to fail more properly than this?

 

Match 1:   39/0

Match 2:   41/1

 

KKR might not make playoffs if they carry non performers. KKR cannot afford anyone to fail in 3 consecutive matches. 

 

The only teams who can afford giving more matches to non-perfroming players would be table toppers like SRH,CSK. Even they would not get complacent and rightly so imo.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Straight Drive said:

Is this the right time for KKR to allow him to fail more properly than this?

 

Match 1:   39/0

Match 2:   41/1

 

KKR might not make playoffs if they carry non performers. KKR cannot afford anyone to fail in 3 consecutive matches. 

 

The only teams who can afford giving more matches to non-perfroming players would be table toppers like SRH,CSK. Even they would not get complacent and rightly so imo.

 

 

All kkr pacers have struggled .Even experienced guys like mj is going at 10/over, curran 12.russ is not bowling at the death .They dont have many options.

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2 hours ago, vvvslaxman said:

He was good even in domestic cricket. Let us see how he shapes up. Having seen all these guys none of these guys are as good as Ishant at 19 lol Isn't that weird.

Ishant was not great in IPL and only regressed after 2009. In fact, Ishant was worse on his debut against Pak.

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11 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

Ishant was not great in IPL and only regressed after 2009. In fact, Ishant was worse on his debut against Pak.

No I liked him against Pakistan. He had this huge inswinger he refused to use. It took a long time before he started using. He picked a fifer. He was effortless smooth with no sign of tiredness. Then that spell against punter.

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2 hours ago, vvvslaxman said:

No I liked him against Pakistan. He had this huge inswinger he refused to use. It took a long time before he started using. He picked a fifer. He was effortless smooth with no sign of tiredness. Then that spell against punter.

taller and as quick as anyone ,but now there are more pacers and  more competition.Has come a long way from the likes of gagandeep singh and kalyankrishna types in 2008.

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