India’s upcoming two Twenty20 Internationals against Ireland : Not thinking too much about the past and not worrying about the future, the Indian team is focused on the work at hand which leaves them in a good space, Says Yuzvendra Chahal. “I have two googlies — one closer to the head and one more side-arm. So I try to mix it up. Batsmen have to look at the head position, so it is an advantage for me,” Chahal said on the eve of India’s opening T20 International against Ireland.
“We played in South Africa and performed well there but that is the past. We are in Ireland now, so I am thinking that I am playing a strong opposition and cannot judge a team on its name.
“Obviously I am excited that this is my first tour in UK. I’m not thinking about the World Cup because there are still 6-7 months left to think about it. There are so many series before that, so I am thinking series by series instead of looking at future,” insisted Chahal.
“England have scored against Australia, they haven’t scored against us. Wickets might be different. English spinners have also picked up wickets. So that is also a plus point for us,” he said.