Early wickets made Australian bowlers bowl more aggressively: Starc

Australia fast bowler and man-of-the-match Mitchell Starc said his bowling partners were more aggressive after the Indian batting line-up lost early wickets during the second ODI here on Sunday, reducing the hosts to 117 runs in just 26 overs. Gone. India suffered their worst ODI defeat against Australia as the visitors won by 10 wickets to level the three-match series 1-1.

Starc bundled out the entire top order of India in the powerplay. The left-arm fast bowler took four wickets in the powerplay and took five wickets for 53 runs. Starc said, “It was a completely dominant bowling performance from us, but we took wickets in the powerplay which helped us to bowl more aggressively throughout the innings.” ,

He also said that the reason for his aggression during the batting was also to bundle India out for a low score. He said, “With such a low target to chase, we could have batted aggressively in the powerplay. And Mitch (Marsh) and Trav (Travis Head) were brilliant with the bat. ,

Asked if he had any plans against Suryakumar Yadav as he got out for a duck on the first ball of the bowler for the second time in a row. To this, Stark said, “I can’t say that I thought of it in a way who is the batsman.” The plan doesn’t change for me, whether he is a left-handed batsman or a right-handed batsman. I try to swing and hit the stumps with fast bowling. “He said,” My plan has not changed for the last 13 years which is to bowl at the stumps and swing. My role is to try and pick up wickets in the powerplay.

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