England coach Graham Thorpe praised Sam Curran, improved IPL game

23-year-old England all-rounder Sam Curran, who played for Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, took five wickets for 48 runs in the second ODI against Sri Lanka. With their spectacular performance, the team won the one-day series against Sri Lanka by eight wickets. England’s Acting Head Coach Graham Tharp has been impressed and praised by Karan for his excellent performance in the limited overs overs as he has been playing under pressure in the Indian Premier League.

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Thorpe told ESPN Cricinfo, ‘Playing the IPL has benefited him a lot. He said, ‘In the IPL, he got a chance to play under high pressure so that he can perform better. He was an aggressive batsman at first, but now he is shining. He bowled at crucial times in the IPL. He was under pressure but he did well.

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Tharp, who appointed England head coach Chris Silverwood as England coach for the one-day series against Sri Lanka, said: “He was challenged to find a place in the England team. There was pressure on him here too, which is not a bad thing. He’s very competitive and we’ve been watching him since the early days of his career. We want him to be good.

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