Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris has change into a fan of the batting strategy of Indian opener Mayank Agarwal. Styris praised him for his half-century, batting in robust situations on the way in which to Wellington's Basin Reserve floor.
Scott Styris stated, "Mayank Agarwal is a player with very limited international cricket experience. He has shown his teammates how to bat in New Zealand conditions." "
The Basin Reserve pitch proves to be useful for quick bowlers. <! –
In each innings, the place Indian batsmen have been seen struggling, Mayank managed to attain 58 runs in 99 balls, dealing with a really gradual batting. He additionally hit seven fours and a six throughout this time.
Scott Styris stated, "Whenever Mayank won the 'half volley' bowling, he would throw a shot at him. Whenever he got a bouncing ball, he would drop it. This is the simple technique of batting in New Zealand. When If the condition suits the fast bowlers, then you have to wait for the right ball to come. "
– Col C Okay Nayudu Trophy (2019-20): World Cup 'hero' Yashasvi Jaiswal missed double century, Arjun Tendulkar flopped
"You shot at him right here solely after getting over pitch supply. It's fairly straightforward. There is nothing extra smart in batting than right here. Mayank was profitable in doing so.