MI Coach Brings Up on Arjun Tendulkar ‘What Happened’ vs PBKS

MI Coach Brings Up on Arjun Tendulkar 'What Happened' vs PBKS

Shane Bond, the bowling coach for the Mumbai Indians, has stated that he will concentrate on getting Arjun Tendulkar‘s speed up, which is currently hovering around 130 kph. The game finished with numbers of 1/9 in two overs for Tendulkar junior on Tuesday, four days after he had been destroyed for 48 runs, including 31 in one over against Punjab Kings.

“After what occurred in the last game, he certainly fared well tonight. In the presence of a sizable crowd, entering the Colosseum is never simple. At the post-game press conference, Bond remarked, “He performed all that was expected of him today. We will work on increasing his pace, but he did all that was asked of him today.

Arjun, a left-arm seamer, finally made his IPL debut on April 16 at the same stadium where his father played his final international encounter. Aside from the match against Punjab Kings, Arjun has managed to impress with his bowling.

Arjun bowled the first and third overs in his maiden game of his career against the Kolkata Knight Riders at the Wankhede Stadium. He came back with the scores 2-0-17-0. He then bowled the last over, allowing just four runs for one wicket as Sunrisers Hyderabad needed 20 runs to win.

“It includes a number of factors. We’re not taking the necessary action. We have rather straightforward plans. Observe how we bowled there. We were struck and quickly made some adjustments.

“It’s disappointing when we can’t distinguish plans when we’re on the defensive during challenging run chases.” Bond remarked.