Debutant Chisoro expects early wickets in Day 3 against West Indies

 . Last updated on October 31, 2017, 2:35 PM
Debutant Chisoro expects early wickets in Day 3 against West Indies
Tendai Chisoro debuted in the second Test against West Indies.

Zimbabwe player Tendai Chisoro talked about his bowling variations after the end of day to of the second Test against West Indies. Chisoro is primarily a left-arm spinner. He changed his bowling speed from medium pace to slow spin in the second day. The player debuted in the match. So far, he is without any success on wickets fronts. West Indies chased Zimbabwe's score to 78 for 1 by the end of Day 2. Zimbabwe is ahead of the West Indies by 248 runs after the second day play.

Chisoro was picked to bowl late in the match. He said that it was a team strategy to let him some time to settle down. He said, Sikandar Raza was picked is because he could turn the ball in both left and right direction. Meanwhile, at the wickets were a right-handed batsman and a left-handed.

Chisoro also highlighted his shortcomings at bowling. He said, he missed the bat, the stumps as well as the pads. The bowler understood that he should have bowled a bit straighter. In the match, he tried to put spin deliveries, which came up as the lackadaisical aspect of his bowling. He realized, he could have nicked a wicket if he had targeted the stumps.

The debutant bowler is apt in both medium pace and spin. In several matches, he played as a medium pace bowler. Chisoro played alongside the A team of Zimbabwe once. He said, in the last two years he did not bowl seam deliveries. Per the spinner, his exclusion from the first test gave him ample time to settle down. He also thanked Zimbabwe coach Heath Streak for helping him to bowl slow. The bowler is hopeful to nick a wicket in the early hours of Day 3. He is targeting Devendra Bishoo, who he expects to be trying to play shots.


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