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India vs Australia: Umesh Yadav displayed a reverse swing masterclass in Indore
Test, says Parthiv Patel


Umesh Yadav received high accolades from Parthiv Patel for his furious performance on Thursday and for his masterful use of the reverse swing on day two of the Indore Test.

Inspiring play from Yadav prevented Australia from taking a sizable lead on Thursday. The bowler recorded three wickets in the morning and, with his spell, reached 100 wickets for India.

Australia was bowled out for 197 runs, giving Yadav final stats of 12 for 3. According to Patel, who was speaking to Cricbuzz, the 35-year-old is the finest bowler for Indian conditions.

Yadav bowls nicely with a reverse swing and stump to stump, according to the former wicketkeeper. Patel emphasized that Yadav delivers a top of the off stump length even on a low bounce wicket.

On tracks like the one in Indore, according to Patel, the distance between the stumps is essential. Patel ended by stating that Yadav had the day’s best reverse swing performance.

The best bowler to use in Indian conditions is Umesh Yadav. We must commend him because he also achieved 100 wickets in India. He bowls effectively and stump-to-stump in reverse swing. He is accurate in his knowledge of the length. He is familiar with the top of the off length, which is what bowling coaches advise you to use, even on a low bounce surface. He continues to bowl that. Even though it was on leg stump, Cameron Green’s wicket was top of the stump. You could see that he was bowling top of the off length when he bowled Mitchell Starc and Murphy. On such tracks, stump to stump bowling is required. Umesh Yadav bowls with pace, a reverse swing, and a command of both line and length. Umesh Yadav today demonstrated reverse swing in a masterful manner, according to Patel.

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