Yuvraj Singh still has it, will bring the crowd: Ben Cutting
KOLKATA: Yuvraj Singh He is still a crowd shooter and has fire in his belly to score many races, he feels all-terrain Australian Ben cut while the duo prepares to participate in the third edition of Abu Dhabi League T10 which begins on November 15.
The hero of the 2011 World Cup in India, Yuvraj, has been cornered by the Maratha Arabs this season. Cutting, who will dedicate his trade to Deccan Gladiators, feels that the incorporation of Yuvraj will give the league a boost in terms of attracting crowds to the stands, as it can still do wonders at this level.
It's exciting to have Yuvraj Singh. He has done wonders for the world of T20 and one day cricket. Now he is playing in the foreign circuit which not many other Indian players have done. So he is certainly going to bring some crowds through the gates, Cutting told IANS in an interview.
We saw what I could do in Canada in that tournament (Global T20 Canada). He still has it regardless of his age. While enjoying, people will come to see it, said the 32-year-old. who is in his second season in the Abu Dhabi T10 match.
the Cricket Control Board in India (BCCI) le había entregado a Yuvraj un Certificado de No Objeción para participar en el Global T20 de Canadá, que fue único bajo la supervisión del Comité de Administradores (CoA). Por lo general, the jugadores de cricket de la India ahora pueden jugar en cualquier liga fuera del país.
Cuando se le preguntó si le gustaría que más jugadores indios siguieran the pasos de Yuvraj, Cutting dijo: Esa es probablemente una pregunta más para Yuvi. Sé que es difícil para the jugadores indios obtener su NOC firmado por el tablero indio para jugar en otras ligas. Todo eso tiene sentido, es lo suficientemente justo. Creo que, como Yuvi, que ha llegado al final de sus carreras, probablemente más de ellos lo harán .
En el formato T10, dijo que si bien es difícil para the jugadores de bolos, ya que siempre buscan defender las carreras y no tomar wickets, son sus esfuerzos the que te ganan the juegos.
"It is very challenging for the bowler. You know you are not there to take wickets. the spectators want to see boundaries hit and sixes hit, not wickets cartwheeling. So as a bowler you just look to minimise the damage. the teams that bowls the best will win, that's how it works. But the entertainment comes from the batting.
"It's very much a defensive attitude in T10. the team that will defend well with the ball will win the game. You need to take wickets but you don't need to bowl out a team to win the game like in T20 cricket," said Cutting who has played four ODIs and seven T20s for Australia.
Cutting, who is a remarkable hitter of pace with a strike-rate of 166.5 against seamers around the world over the last three years, said he is looking forward to scoring more runs for his side Deccan Gladiators this term. the Gladiators are led by Shane Watson and have the likes of West Indies limited overs captain Kieron Pollard and the English Tymal Mills in their ranks.
Solo quiero anotar la mayor cantidad de carreras para Deccan Gladiators. Fuimos Team Sindhis el año pasado, un equipo y propietario diferente. Estoy emocionado de conocer a the muchachos y jugar bien para Deccan.
Cutting also talked about David Warner and Steve Smith, saying he expects the decorated duo to take the T10 cricket at the end of their careers.
We all know what he (Warner) can do. We saw it also in the IPL. He lost the ashes. Steve Smith scored many runs. They are two class players, they will come and go in their form. but they will mark you races if you continue with them. I hope to see those boys playing T10 towards the end of their careers. I wouldn't be surprised, he concluded.