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Rasool looks to make India A mark

June 26, 2014

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Parvez Rasool finished with 2 for 60, Bangladesh v India, 1st ODI, Mirpur, June 15, 2014
Parvez Rasool took two wickets on his ODI debut in Bangladesh © Associated Press
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Jammu & Kashmir allrounder Parvez Rasool has said the upcoming India A tour of Australia is important for him and he will try to put in his best efforts to secure a place in the senior side.

"The Australia tour is very important for me," Rasool said. "I am going to Australia with the A team and I hope to perform well and get a place in the Indian team very soon."

Rasool, who recently became the first cricketer from the Kashmir valley to get an ODI cap, said he believes he has to perform well whenever a chance comes his way.

"Whenever I get a chance to play, I will put in my best and try to perform very well to represent the country in many tournaments," he said.

He said it was an overwhelming feeling to get an ODI cap and a great experience to play for the country. "When I played for my state in the Ranji [Trophy], it was a good feeling but when I got an ODI cap, the feeling was overwhelming. I felt really great to play an international match."

Rasool praised India's team management for the support they had shown him. "I got huge support from my captain and coach," he said. They had some very encouraging words for me after my performance and it felt very good. To include a cricketer in the playing eleven is the team management's decision. The wickets in Bangladesh were suited more for the medium-pacers than the spinners."

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Posted by   on (June 27, 2014, 12:59 GMT)

Even ashwin is a great all rounder,he is no2 all rounder for india in tests. Rasool has a first class bowling average over 30,having played in spinning tracks in india its too high for a spinner.

Posted by   on (June 27, 2014, 10:49 GMT)

Rasool needs to strengthen his batting. Even his bowling is good but not something that would push out say Ashwin or Jadeja. Over all a good think for JK to encourage youngsters to aim to play for india

Posted by Naresh28 on (June 27, 2014, 6:24 GMT)

India used to do well with Bhajji at one stage - a tough customer. Who was always in their faces. Can Rasool emerge like him?

Posted by   on (June 26, 2014, 16:22 GMT)

rasool good player to bat 7 no. in test

Posted by Sachit1979 on (June 26, 2014, 14:14 GMT)

Good luck Rasool. I hope you really make an impact and emerge as promising all rounder.

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