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“We Witnessed Ashwin Challenge the Left-Handers”: Anil Kumble Highlights The Manoeuvre England Failed to Use Against Yashasvi Jaiswal

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<p>Anil Kumble, a legendary spinner from India, believes that England lost out on Joe Root, a part-timer who was dominating the spinners all over the field on Day 1 against Yashasvi Jaiswal. Jaiswal hit an undefeated 76 from 70 balls on the first day of play, including nine fours and three sixes. He looked in incredible form.</p>
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<p>Jaiswal showed the visitors his own rendition of “Jazball,” as the English spin troika of Jack Leach, Rehan Ahmed, and Tom Hartley failed to pose any threat.</p>
<p>On the first day of play, Leach was the only player for England to take a wicket; the other two young spinners, Hartley and Rehan, proved to be costly, letting runs in at an economy rate of over seven.</p>
<p>“I felt England was missing a trick not to use Joe Root because he has good action and can really turn the ball.” Additionally, we saw Ashwin bother the left-handers, namely Yashasvi Jaiswal. Thus, it seems that England missed a trick, Kumble stated on Sports 18.</p>
<p>The legendary spinner also criticized the length of the English spinners on the Hyderabad track, saying they were not getting the same turn as the Indians.</p>
<p>“I believe the length is the first. They just aren’t consistent at all when it comes to helping you out a little. With the Indian spinners, we saw that. They bowled the incorrect lengths because it was twisting as soon as they bowled a decent length. The first thing you need is confidence, and secondly, when you want to spin. Leach is coming in, having not really played in a while, and Hartley is playing his first game,” he said.</p>
<p>In order to put the Indian hitters to the test, Kumble also suggested that the English spinners bowl the tight lines often.</p>
<p>But the spinners must be far more reliable if they are to make a comeback in this game. I felt that England was going overboard with their assaults, so maybe they should just keep the field a little bit away. Since, well, you really do need a slip. Indeed, you need a shot, but not for inexperienced spinners who are having trouble finding the length, according to Kumble.</p>
<p>India finished the first day of play at 119 for 1, riding a 70-ball blitz from Jaiswal as they responded to England’s 246 all out first innings total.</p>


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