New Zealand rookie Kyle Jamieson, who rocked India with fire on the second day of the World Cup final, believes that any batsman could be fired with the insinger who got rid of his rival skipper Virat Kohli.
Jamieson won five times when New Zealand fired India for 217 on the third day of the WTC final and then scored 101 for 2 at the end of the game.
Asked if setting up Kohli with outswingers and then returning one, as in New Zealand, was a template they said, Jamieson replied in the affirmative.
“Oh, I guess so. Maybe there’s a model and what we know speaks volumes, the one I managed to get today (Collie) certainly went back a bit.
“And it was pretty hard to control like a bowling alley and a lot harder to manage like a dough, no matter who you are. So I don’t think it’s mandatory just for him (Collie),” Jamieson said on the virtual day after day. press conference.
According to the 26-year-old hoarse speeder, who returned with fine numbers of 5-31, Collie’s dismissal played a key role in how things developed on the second day.
“Yeah, obviously he (Kohli) is a huge part of their team and a pretty big leash to pick him up, so picking him up pretty early in the morning, was, I guess, nice and enjoyable and pretty crucial to how the day went,” added the right -armeiser.
However, he did not realize that Collie had obvious problems with his technique.
“Oh, I don’t really think he’s (world-class) Kohli dough and these guys don’t tend to have too many wrinkles in their armory. Apparently he’s a huge part of their lineup and to make him more early on is certainly set up things are going well for us. “
Jamieson sometimes made the ball sway and it was a pleasure to keep Collie in check, as the Indian captain in his 132-ball inning had a limit to his name.
“It’s nice in terms of trying to swing the ball and try to keep it under control and achieve it, which was nice and a great start to our day,” he said, taking an uncertain step.