“Great Start”: England Pacer Richard Gleeson On His T20I Debut vs India

“Great Start”: England Pacer Richard Gleeson On His T20I Debut vs India

Happy to have a great performance against India on debut, England hurry Richard Gleason It seems that if he continues to perform, he may get a chance to play in the T20 World Cup later this year. Gleason dismissed all three of Indian captain Rohit Sharma’s most respected batsmen. Virat Kohli And wicket-keeper رشبھ پنت In the second T20I with his fifth, seventh and eighth balls, which the tourists won by 49 runs.

The 34-year-old finished with an impressive 3/15 figure.

“It’s great to make my debut, but it’s all about winning the game of cricket, at the end of the day. So losing is frustrating, but personally,” Gleason told a post-match press conference. Great start, “Gleason told a post-match press conference.

With the T20 World Cup approaching, Gleason, who started playing professional cricket at the age of 27, hopes to make it to the marquee event.

“You want to play on big occasions, no? So, yes, why not? I’ll just look at the next game and go from there.

“(England selection) was nowhere near my radar. It was just playing to the highest standard I could. I just want to play cricket and enjoy it, play as long as I can.” “Who knows? Anything can happen while performing.” Led by Indian bowlers after scoring 171 runs; Bhuvneshwar KumarBowled beautifully, the hosts were bowled out for 121 and took an unbeaten 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

“I think maybe they (India) were a little bit more equal.

“And then they started well with the ball. So it’s always going to put us on the back foot, and they bowled well. But sometimes T20 cricket can be that way.”

“You play the game hard, sometimes you come down, sometimes you don’t. If you want to play like that, you have to deal with the smooth somehow, and I don’t think so. We will “take a step back in the next game.”

The right-hander suffered a career-high stress fracture in the lower back in 2020. Referring to the injury, Gleason said: “I wasn’t thinking about retirement. It’s something I was forced to do.


“(Recovery) was a long, slow process. Unfortunately, due to my age, it takes a little longer to recover from things like that. But (playing again) it all pays off.” “

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