May 22, 2022

Bangar and Laxman greet Mayank Agarwal drummer

India Tour from South Africa: Former Indian cricketers VVS Laxman and Sanjay Bangar praised Mayank Agarwal who excelled at spin and slammed a century and fifty at Mumbai Test. The duo explained their comeback and shed some light on their specialization to improve the game after the beating of Kanpur Test. Follow the latest IND vs SA updates on InsideSport.IN

Mayank scored 150 and 62 in the first and second innings respectively of the second test against New Zealand before India defeated the Kiwis.

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India Tour from South Africa: Laxman- Mayank Agarwal- Laxman praises Mayank for his hitter against New Zealand star Ajaz Patel. Ajaz had taken all 10 wickets in the opening rounds of the second test against India.

“But when the spinners came in he was using his feet a lot and I think he played with a similar mindset to what he used to play first class and international cricket,” Laxman said.

VVS Laxman also spoke about how batter Mayank Agarwal adjusted his stance to improve his game in the second test against New Zealand.

India Tour from South Africa: “I think the difference between Kanpur and Mumbai was that there had been slight technical adjustments, especially since he trusted the game plan against Kyle Jamieson and Tim Southee,” Laxman told Star Sports’ Follow The Blues show.

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“Because in Kanpur, in both innings, he came out on balls that soared on and off the stump, while in Mumbai, especially in the opening innings, he was ready to let go. lots of deliveries. He kept his front foot in the field of the ball and he played with a lot of discipline ”, he added.

“He put a lot of emphasis on self-confidence and it was great to see him come in and speak, and that’s why he put in some exceptional shots, especially against Ajaz Patel. His long-distance shot and extra cover for all six are probably the best shots of his innings, ” he added.

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India Tour from South Africa: Bangar- Mayank Agarwal- Former Indian batting coach Sanjay Bangar also praised hitter Mayank Agarwal on his groundbreaking performance.

“Mayank Agarwal’s hitting style was commendable. He countered very effectively the pitch of Wankhede who had a lot of turns and rebounds. The way he approached and met Tim Southee was the highlight of the match because Southee was someone who troubled us a lot in the first test match ”, Sanjay Bangar said on Star Sports’ Follow The Blues show.

“Mayank was very disciplined against the pointers and scored a lot of points against the pointers, especially against Ajaz Patel. I think Ajaz is a pitcher who throws a ball higher and every time he throws the ball higher, Mayank Agarwal took this opportunity to use his feet and play aerial shots. He played long shots with the turn and that is why I think it is a great achievement for Mayank Agarwal – the how he made his comeback in Test cricket ”, he added.

On Tuesday, Agarwal’s name was put on the Wankhede Stadium’s honors table after his brilliant performance in the second test against New Zealand.

Indian tour to South Africa: Sanjay Bangar and VVS Laxman hail Mayank Agarwal’s ability to play spin after Mumbai Test exploits

Despite Mayank’s exploits, KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma are favorites to open the Indian innings in South Africa. The duo have been excellent throughout the India Tour of England earlier this year. If Mayank had crushed hundreds of people, he might have been in the fray to play the opening test in Johannesburg. The India vs South Africa test round kicks off on December 26.

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