IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: Sam Curran praises Indian team T Natarajan bowlers, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, ODI series vs India big learning curve | IND vs ENG: Sam Curran praised India team’s bowlers, his heart said

Pune: Although India and England (IND vs ENG) in the last ODI of the series, Team India (Team India) won by 7 points, but they did not get this victory easily. In this exciting match, English all-rounder Sam Curran got to see the fire, which was not extinguished until the end.

Sam Curren stopped breathing

England lost 6 for 168 when Sam Curran came into the crease. At that point, it looked like Team India would easily win this match, but Sam stopped the Indian fans’ breath by playing a 95-point inning in 83 balls. He remained undefeated until the end but couldn’t win England.

You gave it your all @CurranSM

An incredible effort.

India wins by 7 points.

Score card:

– England Cricket (@englandcricket) March 28, 2021

‘Happy with my performance’

Sam Curran said after the game: “We didn’t win the games, but I’m happy with the way I play. I love the win, but it was a great experience. I hadn’t been able to play like this for England for a long time, but in the end we lost. I wanted to play more and more balls. ‘

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In praise of Indian bowlers

The versatile England cricketer Sam Curran praised the Indian bowlers, saying it was difficult to defend the score, but Natarajan (T Natrajan) played brilliantly in the end and proved why he was very good, there are bowlers.

95 * tracks
83 balls
9 four
3 six

England were just short, but what a performance from Sam Curran! #INDvENG

– ICC (@ICC) March 28, 2021

Sam is a fan of Bhuvi

Sam Curran said, I felt one side of the field is a bit smaller, and Bhuvi is a great bowler, so I stopped his ball. It’s a great pitch, the pitch was good. The batting lineup from India was fantastic. In such a situation, it was an important step for me to try to learn.

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