I Want To Play More Shots Against England In Edgbaston Test But Keep Fighting With Myself Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja Statement in Hindi: Australian opener Usman Khawaja said after defeating England at Edgbaston that it was the most favorite Test match of his career. 36-year-old Usman Khawaja had an important contribution in Australia’s victory. Khawaja scored a century (141 runs) in the first innings of the Edgbaston Test. And scored an important 65 runs in the second innings.

After Australia’s victory in the first Test of the Ashes series, Usman Khawaja said, “SCG was special, it was unexpected,” while on his strong comeback, Khawaja said, “My mind used to say that my career is over. I myself Said it a million times as well. It’s hard to beat from an individual point of view but possible to win from a team point of view, this is my favorite match ever in my life.”

Khawaja’s 141 and 65 at Edgbaston saw him become the first batsman to face 500 balls in a Test match since Ricky Ponting did so in the Adelaide Test against India in 2012.

He said, “As a young player, I had to bat for a long time to score runs. I was small, I did not have many shots, so I learned to bat for a long time from a young age. It always doesn’t work that way. I have it, I think most people out there have it. Today was tough, because I wanted to take it deep. I wanted to play some shots, but my Whether the sound was coming from it or not, it should be taken longer.”

He continued, “Because I knew if we could get into that last hour and get under 100 we could get it, but if we lost too many wickets early it was game over for us. So I wanted to go really deep as I did in the last hour and a half, I wanted to start playing more shots, but I kept fighting with myself, it was just about building partnerships.”

Khawaja further added, “There was some sledging here and there. Mid-off was up for the spinner, I could top, I could reverse-sweep, I could play the sweep, I could play more cut shots.” I could have played slashing shots if I wanted to. But I felt it was not worth it. I really thought that we can win this match just by taking it to the end. I was just doing what You can do it for the team.”

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