All-rounder Deepak Hooda, who was part of Team India on the tour of New Zealand, has reacted to his batting order for the first time.
Hooda won everyone’s heart with his bowling in the second T20I match against New Zealand.
He broke the back of New Zealand’s batting in that match by taking 4 wickets in just 2.5 overs. However, in the third match, Deepak Hooda bowled only 1 over and conceded 3 runs. Talking about batting, he was unbeaten on 9 runs till the game was stopped.
Hooda became the most successful bowler –
Deepak Hooda’s tooo 4 wkts for 10 in that match was the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler on New Zealand soil, but Mohammad Siraj and Arshdeep Singh equaled it with 4 each in the third match.
What did Deepak Hooda said on bowling –
Deepak Hooda spoke openly about his batting and bowling before the third match. He said that “I am a batting all-rounder, so it is important for me to score runs. Yes, but I am also working on my bowling. I have worked hard in the last three months. During this time I did not play many matches, so batting and bowling But worked hard.”
Deepak Hooda regarding batting order –
Regarding his batting order, Deepak Hooda said that “I would prefer to bat at number 5 because you know the truth, at number 3 our legends bat.”
Let us tell you that Virat Kohli bats at number 3 and this is the reason why Suryakumar Yadav has to bat at number 4 despite his excellent batting.