India vs New Zealand: Wearing Team India jersey is a dream come true .. Today it has come true: Indoor fast bowler | India vs New Zealand: It Is Every Cricketer’s Dream To Wear Team India Jersey, My And My Father’s Dream Is Being Fulfilled says Indore Fast Bowler Avesh Khan

India vs New Zealand: Wearing Team India jersey is a dream come true .. Today it has come true: Indoor fast bowler

Avesh Khan

India vs New Zealand: Indore fast bowler Avesh Khan has been named in India’s squad for the three-match T20 series against New Zealand starting November 17. Along with him, Venkatesh Iyer from the city was also selected in the team. It is learned that the two are participating in the Mustaq Ali Trophy tournament in Delhi.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Avesh returned to Indore and first went to his gurus to seek blessings. Avesh first went to meet former coach of MP Cricket Academy Amy Khorasia. And then took blessings from Sanjay Jagdale. He later said, ‘Wearing a TeamIndia jersey is a dream of every cricketer and I worked hard for it. Still my dream is coming true. This is not my only dream. Mananna is also hopeful ‘said Avesh Khan.

‘My father also loves cricket. That’s why he encouraged me to play cricket. Our father’s dream was to represent the Indian team. It has been fulfilled so far, ”he said. After returning home from the Mustaq Ali Trophy tournament in Delhi, locals, including MLA Mahendra Hardia, honored Avesh Khan. He also congratulated Avesh on his departure for the series against New Zealand on November 12.

Yorker and bouncers attack New Zealand.
Avesh Khan said he would give credit to Amay Qurasia Sir for selecting him for TeamIndia. He was the one who selected me for the Madhya Pradesh team. He said that there were many shortcomings in my bowling and he corrected them himself. “I have the ability to recognize my talent and represent the Indian team,” he said.

‘I will continue to perform like in the IPL in the match against New Zealand. “Even though the pitches in India are not good for fast bowlers, the yorkers and bouncers give me victory over New Zealand,” he said.

Avesh Khan, who made his IPL debut for Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2017, has played 25 matches so far. He took 29 wickets at an economy rate of 8.23. He was previously a member of the 2016 Under-19 World Cup.

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