Former coach Ravi Shastri became a fan of Natarajan’s bowling, said this special thing about the death overs

Former head coach Ravi Shastri has praised T Natarajan’s bowling in the death overs, saying the Indian team really missed out on the fast bowler’s services in the T20 World Cup in UAE last year. Natarajan, who came into the limelight after India’s historic Test series win in Australia in early 2021, missed the World Cup due to knee and shoulder injuries during the home series against England in March 2021.

SRH’s For the first two matches of IPL 2022, this Tamil Nadu fast bowler has taken 4 wickets so far. Shastri said, "I am very happy for them. We remembered him in the World Cup. He was definitely unfit. He got injured against England when we were playing the ODI series and we really missed him (in the World Cup)."

He said, "He is a specialist death over bowler who bowls yorkers very efficiently. His control is very good."

The bowler made his debut for India in all three formats in his memorable 2020-21 tour of Australia, then Shastri said Natarajan was a lucky bowler for him. The former coach said, "In whichever match I have picked him, we have won. India won in their debut in T20. India won in his debut in Test cricket. Being a net bowler, he played the other two formats."

SRH led by Kane Williamson will next face defending champions Chennai Super Kings on April 9.

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