Using Ravindra Jadeja’s cliches, Australian actor Matthew Kuhnemann deceived India.

The left-arm spinner Matthew Kuhnemann stole the show on Day 1 of the upcoming first Test in Indore as Australia humiliated India for a pitiful total of 109. The Queenslander led Australia to a 47-run victory in the opening match at the Holkar Stadium by taking his first five-wicket haul. Afterwards, the 26-year-old acknowledged that his success on Day 1 in Indore was considerably boosted by carefully studying Jadeja’s technique for bowling on rank turners.

The most crucial technique I picked up from him in Delhi was undoubtedly the way he gradually reduces his length as the ball aged. The biggest carryover from the second exam to this test was probably my length. Maintain consistency on that 5 to 6 metre length and avoid getting full, especially on a wicket that stays low “Kuhnemann pointed out at a press conference.

Kuhnemann said when asked if he could communicate with Jadeja: “Have you got any suggestions for me after the last Test, I asked. He responded, “Yeah,” at the conclusion of the show. Since I am a huge fan, I have attentively followed Jadeja and Ashwin’s bowling over the past few years.

Kuhnemann confessed that he had never faced so much spin before, but he handled the situation well. He made his debut in New Delhi after being flown in after the first Test.

“There was a lot of spin today,” Kuhnemann said of the pitch, which was labelled “not up to Test quality” by former Australia batsman Mark Waugh.

“We were simply discussing bowling with the same ball and claiming my area. Nathan Lyon was outstanding out there. ‘Don’t get too far ahead of yourself,’ he cautioned, even after a few wickets. You don’t get these opportunities very often, so take use of them.”

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