Team India veteran bowler Ishant Sharma made interesting comments about the lowest face in his career. He revealed that his entire career was destroyed by one over.
With the arrival of new bowlers in Team India, the chances of veteran bowler Ishant Sharma have reduced. But as a bowler who played hundred Tests for the Indian team, Ishant broke many records in his name. Although Ishant has not done so well in limited overs cricket, he has good records in Tests.
Ishant recently made interesting comments on the ‘Rise of New India’ program organized by Cricbuzz. In 2013, when the Australian team visited India, he said that he was very sad because of India’s defeat in the match that ended at the Mohali stadium, and he used to call his wife and cry for months.
Ishant said.. ‘I saw the worst phase of my career in 2013. The third ODI was held in Mohali when the Australian team toured India. India lost that match because of me. It made me feel very sad. I did not recover for at least a month after the match.
On the same day in the evening, Dhoni bhai and Shikhar Dhawan came to my room and consoled me. After that I used to call my wife and cry for a month. Calling early in the morning and crying for a while was my job. That one match made me think that I am useless for limited overs..” he said. Ishant is still not married. These two got married in 2016.
In 2013, Australia, who were on a tour of India, played the third ODI at Mohali. Batting first in this match, India scored 303 runs in the allotted 50 overs. Dhoni (139) and Kohli (68) excelled.
The Aussies faltered at first. But Adam Voggs (76) and George Bailey (43) supported the Aussies. While the Aussies needed 44 runs in the last 3 overs.. James Falconer showed universal form. In the 48th over bowled by Ishant Sharma, Falconer scored 30 runs with one boundary and four sixes.
With this, the Aussies won with 3 more balls to spare. Ishant did not appear much in ODIs after this match. After 2016, he was completely absent from ODIs. Ishant, who appeared sporadically in Test cricket until last year, completely disappeared after the tour of South Africa.