To accommodate Shafali Verma, R Sridhar praised England Women’s fielding coach and his training methods.

The women’s cricket team of India’s fielding coach R Sridhar spoke highly of Indian women team opener Shafali Verma, calling her their counterpart to Virender Sehwag, a famous former Indian cricketer.

When Indian men’s fielding coach R Sridhar spoke highly of batter Shafali Verma, who scored twin half-centuries in her Test debut against England, he said she has “impressed everyone.” Sridhar also mentioned that when the Indian team was not training, all of them have been enthralled by the Haryana teenager’s fireworks. “Shafali, don’t you see how she looks like Viru (Virender Sehwag)? You can tell how focused she is on every ball she hits, and we are enjoying this match because of that. It would have been better if she had gotten 100 in the first innings “Sridhar said during the virtual press conference that followed the cancellation of the first day of the World Test Championship final because of rain, “It is very clear how well we have done.”

After giving Smriti Mandhana and Shafali a rollicking start in the first innings, Shridhar said, “Well played to both Mandhana and Shafali, what a rollicking start they gave us and unfortunately, we couldn’t capitalize on that, but tremendous test match so far.”

Shafali scored an unbeaten 50 in the ongoing second essay after England were forced to follow on following the first essay, and in a one-off India women’s Test against England women, she made 96 in the first essay.

Smriti Mandhana contributed with an exemplary patient-team-performance total of 78, striking 14 boundaries.

The infield coach stated that the ‘Men in Blue’ were keeping a close eye on the women’s game and were doing their best to encourage the women.

“Since day one, we have never missed any of the girls’ games. It’s almost here, except when we were away for practice “Furthermore, he added.

Everyone in the building has been watching the game, going on in their offices, team spaces, and in their break areas, so of course, all of us were sitting there and watching the girl’s game and helping out with the cheering.

According to Sridhar, “They are now fighting to get back into the game, using their claws to claw their way back into the game, such as when Deepti (Sharma) fought through a stoic performance.”

the Women’s Test is being played on the Bristol pitch, and that’s what the fielding coach really liked about it

“We speculated about the possibility of playing the finals at the wicket. We just want to know if we should shift the finals from here to Bristol, what do you think? “He replied with a quip.

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