I was pretty satisfied. It's always nice to take wickets on any pitch. The wicket was a little interesting today.
As a seamer, you just try and put the ball in the right area, use the crease, and keep the seam upright and try to move the ball off the wicket as much as you can. I think the key is to bang it into the track as hard as you can and let the ball do the work.
I think a target of 160-170 would be tough, batting fourth.
It was one of my wishes that the three of us play together, and it came true.
When it seams around, we have a problem, and if it spins around, then also we have a problem. It was good for spinners. I can't say what an ideal wicket is.
I think when you're on a turning track, all 11 members also have to be patient, because you can't get 11 wickets in 11 balls. When I came on, it was my duty to plug one end. Thankfully, I came on at a time when things were going right for me.
I think he did a superb job because keeping to Anil and Harbhajan is really difficult.
I was out. There are no two ways about that. It was a faint edge. It just took my glove, so I was waiting for the umpire to give me out.
He was lucky to start off [with], but he hung around and just accumulated those runs. It was a good innings.
It happens. People are giving it their best shot. You can't blame anybody. Sometimes you have a bad day.
I thought I bowled much better in Nagpur. The wicket was different, favouring the seamers. But here, I was required to adjust to a different game plan and just hold one end and wait for the wickets to come.