Ranji Trophy: Bengal Porel's runner credits Dinda for his five wicket ride

KOLKATA: Young Ishan Porel unfavorable credited sunday Bengal pacemaker Ashok Dinda for his five wicket tour against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy semifinal on sunday.

Dinda, who is Bengal 's second leading wicket-taker behind Utpal Chatterjee, was suspended on disciplinary grounds on the eve of their match against Andhra and has remained out-of-favour since then.

The Porel-led young Bengal pace attack bundled out Karnataka for 122 despite the visitors boasting of a strong batting line up, including the likes of India opener KL Rahul , Manish Pandey and Karun Nair.

Porel, who returned with the figures for 5/39 in the first innings, said Dinda had advised him to focus on bowling in the right areas.

"I spoke to him last night and he asked us to bowl in a disciplined way. He told us, 'don't try too much, and just bowl in the right areas and you will get wickets'," Porel said at the end of day two.

"It definitely worked. I remembered what he said while bowling. He has so many wickets for Bengal on this wicket and has got a lot more experience," he added.

The 21-year-old, who is leading the Bengal pace department, said it's not an added pressure on him.

We have been playing well. If you see the attack of the Indians, they step back and applaud the actions of others. The same we are doing here. The hard work we have done is paying off.

Porel bothered his Kings XI Punjab Captain Rahul a couple of times before Mukesh Kumar fired the star player.

He (Rahul) is much more calm and serene. He has all the time to play the ball. He faces 140kmph all the time. It was easy for him here.

It shot badly because we show a lot of discipline in our bowling alley. We are happy that he could not go after us and consumed 67 deliveries for his 26, he said.

Bengal rode on Anustup Majumdar He is undefeated 149 to publish 312. In response, Porel grabbed 5 by 39 while extending his overall lead to 262 at the end of the second day.

The India A pacemaker joined the side in the quarterfinal after returning from the tour of New Zealand and the youngster said the experience helped him.

Después de regresar de allí, me ayudó mucho con la costura vertical in the balón SG. Me ayudó por completo después de regresar de Nueva Zelanda, dijo.

I have more experience after playing 20 odd games. Now I have more confidence to throw the ball and get the movement.

It is happening to me naturally and I am not making any additional effort. I am also mentally more aggressive. The off-season training and the India A tour have helped, he concluded.