Cricket World Cup

Shaheen Afridi gets on the nerves of Indian batsmen

Shaheen Afridi gets on the nerves of Indian batsmen. Shaheen Shah Afridi is riding on the nerves of the Indian batsmen as the Indian team hired left-arm thrower Nawan Sanvi Ratne in a special indoor practice.

Clouds are constantly hovering on the horizon of Colombo, on the other hand, the teams are planning in the hope that they will get an opportunity to show their skills in the Super 4 stage match between Pakistan and India scheduled on Sunday in the Asia Cup. The top order of the rivals with the new ball Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is used to wiping out, is on the nerves of the Indian team.

Due to the rain, the Indian players practiced indoors, the focus of the batsmen was on how to withstand the work of the left-arm pacer. They also used a device that tracked in-swings and outswings. Data analyst Hariprasad Mohan continuously recorded videos, focusing on footwork, noting each movement, and spotting errors.

Shipman Gill had the longest session, Shreyas Iyer practiced for more than an hour, and KL Rahul also sweated hard to come back after recovering from injury, he especially bowled short-distance balls to the thrower. Asked to do so that there is no problem facing the Pakistani pacers.

It should be noted that the team management did not call all the players to the indoor nets for this session, head coach Rahul Dravid and batting coach Vikram Rathore kept checking the practice of all-rounders and tail-enders in separate nets instead of watching the special training.

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