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WI vs. IND 2022 |  Really proud of all Indian pacers, voices Glenn McGrath

Glenn McGrath has expressed pride that many of the young pacers he has mentored have gone on to represent the Indian national team and have achieved success in the IPL. He also mentioned that key drummers such as Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill have picked up their form in the Caribbean, which bodes well for India.

India has recently become the new breeding ground for stimulators of all shapes and sizes capable of playing at the highest level in all formats. The fact that 11 guards have played for India in the T20I alone since the World Cup in the United Arab Emirates last year is proof of their abilities and potential to make a name for themselves on the international stage. Hence, the likes of Prasidh Krishna, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh and Harshal Patel among others, are all in the running now to join the Men in Blue team for the showpiece event later this year.

A big reason for this boom has been the success of the Chennai-based MRF Pace Foundation. Now over three and a half decades old, the academy has nurtured many fast bowlers from raw recruits to finished products. The production of the institute has particularly increased since Glenn McGrath joined it as a director almost ten years ago and started working closely with the plethora of Indian talent.

“Seeing 29 of our boys and ex-boys play in the recent IPL was a proud moment. Prasidh and Avesh representing India in limited overs cricket, I’m really proud of them…proud of all the boys “, did he declare. said by Hindustan Times.


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India are currently touring the Caribbean playing a five-match T20I series against the West Indies. The score is currently 2-1 in India’s favor with the remaining two games to be played in Florida on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Previously, the hosts were swept in ODIs, losing all three games hands down.

Skipper Rohit Sharma, who has missed games over 50, was key to the team’s win in the first T20I with a brilliant 64 and was watching the song in the final game when back spasms forced him to retire wounded. Meanwhile, fellow fly-half Shubman Gill returned to the national team in sensational fashion after more than a year’s hiatus by winning the man of the series award in the ODIs, with runs of 64, 43 and 98*. McGrath noted that the signs look good for India at the moment, with their elders and youngsters taking over.

“It’s good news. He’s a class player. You want him to do well. You want to see the senior players do well. You saw Shubman Gill score well the other day in the West Indies. drummers are doing their job in the West Indies,” he added.

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