Indian spinner Yuswendra Chahal has said that with the advice of captain Virat Kohli , Rohit Sharma and Mahendra Singh Dhoni , he and Chaiamanan bowler Kuldeep Yadav are very helpful. If left out of 2-3 in the ODI series by Australia in the home, then the Indian team has always been able to show its dominance everywhere and in this success leg-spinner Yuswendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have been a bigger side. . After the debut, these pair of spin twins have jumped 159 wickets and gave India a big win in the ODI series in South Africa and Australia.
On the occasion of the launch of the website of India's Tutti Yuviwendra Chahal Dot Club, he said, "Mahi Bhai helps us to tell what kind of wicket is going to be. Virat Bhai, Rohit Bhai with them also help us a lot. There are many captains in our team and they respect each other. It has played a big role in the success of Mary and Kuldeep. "
He said, 'I and Kuldeep have known each other for a long time. We bowl in partnerships. If they bowl first, then tell me where should I bow and I do that. Mahi Bhai (Mahendra Singh Dhoni) also keeps his advice. We have never thought about what we can not do. We get the chance whenever we get the chance. '
28-year-old Chahal said that the experience of other players in the dressing room has been important for the couple. It includes the names of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, who had stopped in the limited overs team of India after the arrival of coach Chahal and Kuldeep. They said, 'It will not be right to compare us with these two. I have not played much matches with Ashwin, but Jaddu Pa (Ravindra Jadeja) has never left behind helping. "
Chahal said, "Mahi brothers help us to tell us how to behave like a wicket. Virat Bhai, Rohit Bhai with them also help us a lot. There are many captains in our team and they respect each other. It has played a big role in the success of Mary and Kuldeep. "
This Indian leg spinner played all matches for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 12th season of the IPL. This, however, caused the worry of a fatigue, but Chahal feels that the match practice before the World Cup is good for any player.
He said, 'You learn a lot during the match instead of practicing. The players we encountered in the IPL are almost those who are coming to us in the World Cup. Therefore, if we do good, then the self confidence will be good for us. "