Following India’s 160-run triumph against the Netherlands in the last association game at the ODI World Cup at M. Chinnaswamy Arena in Bengaluru on Sunday, Shreyas Iyer said that he got a sensation that this has happened before in the wake of scoring 128 runs from 94 balls. Talking at the post-match function, Iyer said that he needed to come not out against Netherlands. The right-given player further uncovered that he took pills for the spasms. He likewise added that new scores helped him in this inning.
While closing, he added that it was tied in with keeping the head straight and about the followthrough of the bat once he was attempting to play the trudge shot.
“I got a this feels familiar, this occurred with Australia as well, yet I discarded my wicket (not today however), yet I needed to come not out this time. I took pills for the spasms. I feel the new scores helped me in this inning. The wicket was crude and two-paced, I simply needed to benefit from the beginning and I had the option to do that. I have worked a ton on that (straight) shot, I was simply attempting to hit it straight. It’s tied in with keeping the head straight and about the followthrough of the bat once I’m attempting to play the trudge shot,” Iyer said.
Coming to the match, India won the throw and chose for bat first. They posted 410/4 in the primary inning.
Shreyas Iyer (128* in 94 balls with 10 fours and five sixes) and KL (102) drove India’s attack on the Netherlands. In any case, thumps from Rohit Sharma (61 out of 54 balls with eight fours and two sixes), Shubman Gill (51 of every 32 balls, with three fours and four sixes) and Virat Kohli (51 out of 56 balls, with five fours and a six) set out the establishment.
Bas de Leede (2/82) was the main wicket-taker for the Netherlands. Paul Van Meekeren (1/90) and Roelof van der Merwe (1/53) likewise took a wicket each.
In the subsequent inning, the ‘Men dressed in Blue’ effectively guarded 411 runs and secured a 160-run win against the Dutch side. With the success, Rohit Sharma’s side finished nine successes in nine matches and finished the association stage on a high note. Mohammed Siraj drove the India bowling assault after he stowed two wickets by giving just 29 runs. Netherlands hitters attempted to dominate the match yet couldn’t remain before the Indian bowling assault.