“I want to play Tests for India” Avesh Khan eyes India comeback after 35 wickets this season
As Andhra took a 151-run first-innings lead, Madhya Pradesh coach Chandrakant Pandit had a long hard chat with his players in the dressing room. If Madhya Pradesh wished to retain their title, they needed some extraordinary fight back.
“We had a long session on the third day and Pandit sir was clear that if we want to play like a champion team (MP are defending champions) then we need to get them out within 100 runs so that batsmen get a chance to score at least 250 runs. To prove that we are indeed a champion team, we wanted to do it somehow; luckily it went as we planned,” Avesh Khan said. [Read more]