Ind vs NZ: Venkatesh Iyer, knows too well that he needs to maintain his emphasis on the two parts of the game to stay applicable. The 26 years old cricketer all-rounder guy has been compensated with a lady call-up for the T20 International home series against New Zealand.
Venkatesh Iyer scored 370 runs in 10 counterparts for KKR in IPL 2021 (Image Courtesy: BCCI)
Ind vs NZ Features
- I’m an all-rounder, I maintain my emphasis on the two parts of the game, says Venkatesh Iyer
- Iyer has been compensated with a lady call-up for the T20 series against New Zealand
- My responsibility to the board has been acceptable up until now, says Iyer
Madhya Pradesh all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer assumed a vital part in the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) turnaround during the second leg of the Indian Premier League (IPL) held in Dubai.
Iyer scored 370 runs in 10 matches and assisted KKR with arriving at the last, where they ultimately lost to Mahendra Singh Dhoni-drove Chennai Super Kings.
The 26 years old Indian cricketer has been compensated with a lady call-up for the T20 Cricket International home series Ind vs NZ beginning November 17.
“My all responsibilities the board has been acceptable up until now. I’m an all-rounder, so I must be similarly centred around the two parts of the game. That is the thing that I have been doing well from my age-bunch state-level days. It’s so far not been an extremely huge issue,” Iyer told PTI in a meeting.
“I have consistently buckled down on my red-ball game or Test Cricket game and it has been my cognizant exertion not to be one dimensional. “If you need to play for the Indian cricket team, you must be a good cricketer and you must be predictable across designs and that is the reason I have placed in a ton of work in the two branches of the game. “However much I have dealt with my batting, I have additionally chipped away at my bowling,” said Iyer.
Iyer is being viewed as a trade for Hardik Pandya, who actually doesn’t fit the bowl and doesn’t exactly fit in as an unadulterated player. Iyer, who has six half-centuries (50 scores) of years and seven wickets for Madhya Pradesh in Ranji Trophy in India, accepts that it has been his consistency, in IPL as well as in top-notch cricket, that has gotten this far.
“I should say that it was not just with regards to IPL (Indian Premier League) that gave me the conviction and motivation that I could address my country.
“At the point when I was playing Ranji Trophy, Vijay Hazare Trophy and Syed Mushtaq Ali for my state Madhya Pradesh, I generally realized that in the event that I continue with great exhibitions in homegrown cricket, I would play for India one day,” he said.
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