1st Test: The time I walked in, I knew that ball is keeping low, says KS Bharat | Cricket News

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KANPUR: India substitute wicket-keeper batter KS Bharat revealed that he only had 12 minutes to get ready for the clash against New Zealand in the ongoing first Test on Saturday.
Bharat was included in the playing after Wriddhiman Saha had to be taken out due to the stiffness in his neck.
“Normally, I was doing my morning routine and then the support staff told me to get ready. I only had 12 minutes to get set for the game,” KS Bharat told Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin in a video posted on BCCI TV.

Talking about his catch which dismissed the Kiwi batter Will Young, Bharat said, “I knew the time I walked in that the ball is keeping low, so the best chance is to be behind the ball and keep making adjustments.”
Meanwhile, Axar Patel also spoke about his low-arm ball that dismissed Tom Blundell and said that such deliveries won’t let the batter do anything.
“Tom was playing defensive, so I switched to low-arm bowling. Such type of delivery won’t give time to batter to prepare for anything, and I just got him,” said Axar Patel.

Coming to the match, at stumps on Day 3, India’s score read 14/1 with the hosts leading New Zealand by 63 runs. For India, Cheteshwar Pujara (9*) and Mayank Agarwal (4*) are currently unbeaten at the crease.

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