Sachin Tendulkar on India vs England test series| Sachin Tendulkar gives his report card on India vs England test series after lords test| IND vs ENG: Sachin Tendulkar presents his ‘report card’ on India-England Test series so far

Sachin Tendulkar on India vs England test series| Sachin Tendulkar gives his report card on India vs England test series after lords test| IND vs ENG: Sachin Tendulkar presents his ‘report card’ on India-England Test series so far

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspPTI

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  • Sachin Tendulkar presents his report card on India-England Test series
  • From the Indian team to the England team, tell your opinion about everyone
  • Also reacted to the batting of Virat Kohli and Joe Root

Former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) The current England team is completely shocked by India’s world class pace attack and only their captain Joe Root seems to be capable of scoring a big century. In an exclusive interview to PTI, he spoke about India’s win over England at Lord’s, besides skipper Virat Kohli’s technical adjustments, Rohit Sharma’s batting against the new ball and Jasprit Bumrah, who took 12 wickets in two Tests after regaining his momentum. I talked.

Tendulkar said that when England captain Root invited India to bat after winning the toss, he was surprised and also realized that his team was terrified of India’s fast bowling attack. “When I saw Joe Root inviting India to bat after winning the toss, I was really surprised and I thought that in itself was a sign that England were worried about our fast bowling attack. To be honest, I told a friend at around 8 am on Friday that if the weather favors, we will win this Test match. Credit should also be given to our openers, they were brilliant (in the first innings).

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Sachin’s opinion on England’s batting order

Asked about England’s batting, he said, “I don’t see anyone in this batting unit scoring big centuries on a regular basis except Joe Root. Maybe he can score big in some match but I am talking about such innings regularly. In the teams of the past, there were many players like Alastair Cook, Michael Vaughan, Kevin Pietersen, Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, Andrew Strauss who played consistently well. would have decided.

Sachin’s report card on Rohit Sharma

When asked about Rohit Sharma’s batting, Sachin Tendulkar said, “Whatever I have seen, I think, he has improved and shown the other side of his game, how he can adapt to the situation.” Rohit was dismissed irresponsibly playing his favorite hook and pull shot on this tour but Tendulkar defended him, saying, “He has given great support from KL Rahul like a leader. As far as playing the pull shot is concerned, he has sent the ball over the boundary several times with that shot and I am looking at what he has achieved for the team in both the Tests.

Rahane and Pujara’s batting

Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara put on a century partnership in the second innings to get India out of a difficult situation. However, he batted very slowly during this period. The former batsman, who scored the highest run in international cricket, said, “When he came to the crease, three wickets had fallen for 28 runs. In view of this he played a very important role. Had we lost five wickets for 60 runs, the match would have changed completely. He played his part in grooming the innings.

A lot of praise for the bowlers

Asked about the comparison of the Indian team’s current pace bowling with the bowling era of Kapil Dev, Javagal Srinath and Zaheer Khan, he said, “Today this bowling attack is the best in the world. It shows talent, discipline and hard work on fitness and willingness to learn more. I don’t like to be compared to another era because the bowling attack should also be judged by the batsmen who are batting against them. During the generation of Kapil or Srinath or Zaheer, they had different batsmen in front of them.

Jasprit Bumrah back in rhythm

Asked about Jasprit Bumrah, who found momentum after a disappointing bowling in the World Test Championship, he said, “I felt Bumrah didn’t get enough practice for long spells before the WTC final. He is the kind of bowler who will get better the more he bowls. He not only has a big heart but also a brain and we saw it yesterday when he dismissed Ollie Robinson with a wonderfully slow delivery.


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