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'I have been bowling well since SA tour' - Ishant

After bowling New Zealand out for 192, Ishant Sharma said the bowlers had hit the right areas in Wellington after getting carried away in Auckland

February 14, 2014

Posted by myStraightTalk on (February 14, 2014, 17:13 GMT)

I can still bet he is not the good and consistent bowler. Look at his test average before anyone supporting him. I will still support all those Ishant haters. Dont ever ever compare him with Kapil and other good bowlers. Get your facts first.. Remember he got 6 wicket in 1st Test and still india does not win. A good fast bowler should take wicket even when the wicket is not helping them and NZ fast bowler will show Ishant how to do that during the 2nd day when the pitch behave opposite way during the 2nd day.

Posted by sheru-sher on (February 14, 2014, 16:27 GMT)

Take that all you Ishant haters. if you look back or remember my comments I said that Ishant was the only fast bowler India has produced after Kapil and Shrinath. When picking any Indian team Ishant should be the first name on the paper even before Dhoni and Kholi. Thank you Dhoni for persisting with Ishant. I went down from North America to the Caribbean the last time India toured there and I saw Ishant bowling and I said to my self ......Here is an Indian Guy trying his utmost . Keep it up Ishant as you are the real spear head of the team of Flat track bullies batsmen and dust bowl bowlers. You are the only shining star.

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