As per the LATEST CRICKET NEWS the heartthrob of Indian pace bowling attack Umesh Yadav has recently concluded on saying about the pitch in Chennai and also said it becomes difficult to bowl at times.
After going through the scorecards and the amount of confidence the batsmen are getting standing tall in the pitch may it a tail ender or a regular batsmen coming into play, every batsmen is scoring runs and is showing off their capabilities as required.
The CRICKET NEWS states that during the start of the bowling attack for the Indian side the 1st hour went well and after that it was all about the batsmen in the arena of Chennai, India picked up three wickets in the first hour, bowling to definite plans that worked well – like when Umesh Yadav bounced out Moeen Ali or Ishant Sharma hitting Buttler's pads in line with the stumps.
Umesh Yadav was delivering his spell with Ishant Sharma the senior most in the squad and he said he was really happy and obliged the way Sharma came up and spoke with him regarding the lines and lengths to be bowled at what conditions, he also stated saying that Ishant Sharma is a cool and composed man and is ready to help his juniors and colleagues without any further inner intentions of negativity.
"It just helps a lot, whenever your senior bowler is bowling with you," Umesh said after the second day's play, on Saturday (December 17). "You get that confidence. And he'll know the wicket very quickly, what we have to do on this wicket. If he bowls just two balls, he'll know if on this wicket there will or will not be reverse swing, what we have to bowl and our plans. Everything," he added.
While there was reason to be happy with his own performance, the day went on dropping from then on for the Indian bowlers with England fighting back through a 108-run eighth-wicket stand. Umesh put reflexed down to the nature of the pitch. "I think it is very difficult to bowl on this track because ball is not turning that much. Unlike a typical Chennai wicket, it is a little bit different. They got some quick runs, but I think the ball is not turning that much. That is the problem, we can't get wickets and that momentum," he noted.
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