When India visited Australia for the second One-Day International, Mitchell Starc, a left-arm bowler, performed a fast bowling masterpiece to bring his team even in the three-match series. Starc shared the attitude that has helped him achieve great success in white-ball cricket after recording his tenth five-wicket haul in the 50-over game.
Four of the top five Indian hitters were caught by Mitchell Starc after a ferocious opening period with the new ball. One of his biggest strengths in the shorter formats of the game has been his ability to bring back the delivery into right-handers, and the top pacer is unwilling to give that up despite occasionally trying for runs.
“For 13 years, my strategy has remained the same: bowl full, hit the stumps, and attempt to swing it. My responsibility has long been to attempt to secure wickets early in the Powerplay. Even if I occasionally have to pay more, I try to bring in all available dismissal methods, so this isn’t a brand-new strategy for the last two games. When you have a powerhouse batting unit, like India does, taking wickets in the Powerplay means we kind of have some control over the game, which is what we did today “According to Star as cited by ICC.
It would be quite special if we could win a one-day series in India. Starc
The 33-year-old has turned his attention to the series finale in Chennai now that Australia and India are tied after three games. Starc believes that the Australian team will benefit greatly from winning the current series against the host team as they prepare to defend their World Cup title later in the year.
“After this game, there will likely be a greater focus on the World Cup. We then move on to Chennai, where we have a chance to win the match. The World Cup will be on your mind at times during this series, but I believe that for this group in particular, we still have a chance to win a one-day series in India, which is very amazing “Added he.
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