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first_imgImage Courtesy: APAdvertisement 6zq64qNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7ou0v8Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Es( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3brcqctWould you ever consider trying this?😱83mcCan your students do this? 🌚blvqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Team India has been on a stunning run. A 2-1 ODI series win against Australia at home, and now dominating the T20 series in the tour of New Zealand. The whole squad has been in tremendously good form, and guess who is wanting to join in on the fun? The superstar pacer Umesh Yadav, who’s foundation in the squad has been limited to red ball cricket.Advertisement Image Courtesy: APWhile being a regular in Test cricket, Umesh Yadav has missed out in recent limited over series. Since his last appearance for the international squad in the West Indies ODI series in October 2018, and T20 series against Australia back in February 2019, the pacer has not received any call ups for white ball format of the game, eventually missing out on the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.“I am desperate to play white ball cricket,” Yadav said in a recent interview with Times of India.Advertisement With the availability of options like Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, along with Virat Kohli’s focus on using more spinners in limited overs cricket, Yadav has fallen down the pecking order, but is focusing on improving his performance in hopes of a return.The 32 year old continued: “Who wants to sit outside the ground? I am also human. I am working really hard and am very eager to play white ball cricket again. I got the chance in the 2015 World Cup and I was happy to perform well for my country.” Advertisement With 75 ODI caps since his debut in 2010, and only 7 caps in T20 international, the Royal Challengers Bangalore Star is eager to return to either formats: “Was disappointed when I was not included in the 2019 World Cup. Be it T20Is or ODIs, I eagerly want to make a comeback.”In the Bangladesh Test series back in November 2019, Yadav picked up a total of 12 wickets, with a stunning 5 wicket haul in the second innings of the final Test at Eden Gardens.“I am seriously looking forward to this. I am thankful to the selectors who gave me the opportunity to play for the country. They are the best judge. I am trying my best to make a comeback to white ball Cricket. For this, whatever I have to do, I will,” Yadav added.Also read-Umesh Yadav : Indian pacers have got their rhythm backSee which young star India’s batting coach has predicted a big future for! Advertisementlast_img


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