English fast bowler Mark Wood he stated that he was his bowling partner Jofra Archer always keeps pressure on opposition strikers. According to Wood, this pressure forces people who strike to go in search of other bowlers, which can often end in their dismissal.
Mark Wood got goalkeepers from KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer u third T20I, which England won with eight goalkeepers. As Archer passed without a breakthrough, he did not allow India to get away with powerplay overs. Pointing out the same, Mark Wood said:
“Jofra starts many times, because he puts pressure, which forces the teams to take risks against other bowlers. Hold it tight, when I started well and I got a goalpost, they had a new hitter and we could insert a few dots to boost the pressure. It’s just about bowling in tandem and maintaining pressure for each other. I’m just trying not to give anything loose. “
The English pacemakers made excellent use of the short ball while four Indian hitters perished on the rise. As Rohit and Shreyas Iyer fell on Mark Wood, Chris Jordan pulled out of Ishan Kishan and Hardik Pandy with balls that were briefly dug up.
The excellent bowling of the English paisers on the surface, which had more rebounds than usual, showed that India was kept at 156 for 6. The best 83 in Jos Buttler’s career, with no 52 deliveries, was then seen as England played in pursuit.
Virat Kohli just played a good shot: Mark Wood
Although the English bowlers held a solid lead for the Indian strikers, for the most part, they could not silence Virat Kohli. The Indian captain made his way to the undefeated 77 with 46 balls, breaking eight fours and six sixes. Mark Wood went to 17 in his last goal.
According to Wood, the bowlers executed the execution, and Kohli took advantage of the same. The 31-year-old added:
“We have a plan as a group. Chris Jordon is an experienced bowler. We decide on the ball to be bowled, and you try to do it. The plan was good, but the execution was wrong. On a few balls I felt like I had done what I wanted to bowling, but Kohli just played good shots and good players are allowed to do that. The first six he hit from me was a hell of a hit. “
“If you let good players in, he came in and you took your time and eventually caught up with him. He is a fantastic player, but we were pleased with the result that we kept them as well. In the end, I will fight for the early goalkeepers I got, ”said Mark Wood.
England will have the opportunity to start a series of five matches when they take on India in the fourth T20I on Thursday.