Indian bowlers have said about the World Test Championship final, putting all their energy for the team title

With just a few days left for the final of the World Test Championships. The eyes of the entire world cricket are fixed on the final match between India and New Zealand. The role of bowlers is considered very important in the WTC Final in England. The performance of Indian bowlers over the past few years has been unmatched on foreign ground and Virat Kohli looks forward to bowling again with his bowlers. Meanwhile, while interacting with BCCI TV, he said that Indian bowlers will try their best to win Team India’s World Test Championship title.

Speaking to BCCI TV, Ashwin said New Zealand will benefit from playing two Test matches against England before the match, but India will have to adapt to the challenge. Fast bowlers Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma compared the one-day World Cup with that of the team, which required 110 percent. Ashwin, on his tour of England in New Zealand, said: ‘I think the New Zealand team will come to us with good planning and great preparation. He has definitely benefited from playing two Test matches, so we have to adapt to that.

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Ishant, the only player with over 100 Test experience to describe the last two years of his journey to the WTC as emotional, said the team’s arrival was a good result for Kovid-19. Effort. “This is a very emotional journey. This is the ICC tournament. It is as big as the 50-over World Cup final. Virat has said that it was not a month ago but the result of two years of perseverance. Had to win 3-1 (or 2-0).

Shami said the team’s performance in the absence of experienced bowlers after the Adelaide Test in Australia was commendable. “Now it gives me 110 per cent. It’s like our last attempt after two years of hard work. We need to make two attempts. The WTC concept has increased the importance of Test cricket and I want to play more Test in neutral places,” Ashwin said. Test not played. The conditions are almost the same for both teams. Shami supported Ashwin’s views, saying that the role of climate in England is very important. “Both teams will play on foreign ground. It will be a good match and both teams will not take advantage of the home atmosphere,” he said.

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