Canberra: Yuzvendra Chahal said having not being included in the original playing XI, he was under no pressure when he came on as a concussion substitute. “There was no pressure for me when we were batting and then suddenly I got to know I was going to play. I have played so many games so I was mentally fit,” Chahal, named the Man of the Match, said.
Chahal said after a below-par outing in the ODI series, he picked up some tricks from rival leg-spinner Adam Zampa on how to bowl effectively on Australian wickets. “I learnt from my ODI mistake. In ODIs, I flighted the ball a lot but here I just saw the way Zampa bowled, I tried to do the same as well,” he said. “It was a little harder to score in the first innings. 150-160 is a good score on this wicket. I bowled according to my plans.” Agencies