Mitchell Starc Yorker king: Australian Pacer Mitchell Starc will be the best pacer when it comes to bowling deadly Yorkers. On Friday, he took four wickets with his amazing skill set which is his identity.
Starc got his form back at the right time, just ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup. It will begin on 16th October and Starc’s type might be essential for the Australian squad. Jasprit Bumrah is ruled out of the league. Similarly, Starc would be the only bowler to bowl the exact Yorkers needed for the mega event. Fans from around the globe are keen to watch Starc back in motion.
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Those Mitchell Starc yorkers just hit different 🎯
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Meanwhile, Australia’s batter David Warner is shaping up nicely for the ICC T20 World Cup at home. Smashing a superb 75 in the second T20I against the West Indies here on Friday evening, leaving skipper Aaron Finch very pleased. Warner’s 41-ball a brilliant smash at first. Afterwards Finch stated that the opening batter was the difference in Australia’s 31-run victory. Which helped Australia complete a clean sweep of the two-match series”.
Finch said after the game.”There was plenty of pitch for everyone.”
Australia batted first and scored a competitive 178/7, led by Warner and middle-order batsman Tim David (42). Cameron Green, a young player, was dismissed after only one run. Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins then took the charge by taking six wickets between and restricted the visitors to 147/8. Warner and Tim David were the difference.
“There is a method to everything we do”
Finch said about the batting order, where he came in at No. 3 and Green was sent to open again with Warner. There’s still a lot to learn from the upcoming series against England and the T20 World Cup. It’s all about navigating our way to the World Cup. We want to play aggressively. Also managing long flights and short turnaround times. Warner, who was named ‘Player of the Series. Quoted that “It was a fantastic all-round performance, well executed by our bowlers”. We talked about bowling Test match lines and lengths around the halfway point, and they nailed West Indies.
Cameron reminds me of myself.
“Warner added despite the fact that Green was only out for one run. Warner praised him, saying he was the player of the future. “Cameron reminds me of myself. I believe he will have a significant impact in the future:
Australia Squad for ICC: Aaron Finch (c), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Josh Hazelwood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh. Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa.