India looking for a good left-arm pacer, says bowling coach Bharat Arun
Variation in any bowling attack makes it lethal and that’s precisely the reason why bowling coach Bharath Arun is in search of a potent left-arm speedster, who enables Indian team to have all bases covered, PTI reported.
Since Zaheer Khan’s departure, India have not found another capable left-arm pacer. The skillful Ashish Nehra despite his injuries have done commendably in shortest format for some time while Jaydev Unadkat lacked pace.
Barinder Sran was a skiddy bowler, who faded away rather quickly and Aniket Chaudhary is still not a finished product.
In his second stint, Arun expects better communication with A team chief coach Rahul Dravid and bowling coach Paras Mhambrey.
“I have just come into this role so definitely we will be speaking to the coaches of the ‘A’ team and I guess there needs to be information that needs to be shared for us to make best use of bowlers coming in. We have wrist spinners like Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal. So, if we can get even one good left-arm fast bowler it will go well for the side,” Arun told reporters said.
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