Indian spinners buckled under pressure of expectations: Raman
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"Against Ojha what he is doing is he's playing for the straight delivery. Even if the ball turns the umpire is not going to give him out. That's the reason he has been getting runs not only in Tests but also in the lead up games.
"Basically the technique he adopted has been fabulous as compared to (Virender) Sehwag and (Sachin) Tendulkar who are playing inside the line and trying to work the ball to the on-side looking for the straight ball so that when it turned they got into trouble. It is the reverse of what Cook has done, expecting every ball to turn," Raman added.
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