India's aggressive batting eased for India: Chase

India's aggressive batting eased for India: Chase
India's aggressive batting eased for India: Chase
Chase believes that with the aggressive batting of young Prithvi Shaw, senior players of India are playing openly without any pressure.

West Indies all-rounder Rostan Chess believes that with the aggressive batting of young Prithvi Shaw, senior players of India are playing openly without any pressure.

Opening batsman Shaw struck a superb start of 70 off 53 balls against the Caribbean attack on the second day of the second Test.

Chase said, "I think they expect to get a good start with that and other players who are quite mature, they come and carry one or two runs ahead of the innings."

He said, "I think it was his strategy that this young player showed aggressive game which is his natural nature, which would then be easy for the players coming to bat after that."

Chase said, "We tried to stop their batsmen. After introducing them fast, we decorated a lot of protective grounds and tried to put pressure on them and it also benefited us. But, we had to bear the brunt of some flaws in the field. '

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