Chris Jordan who is known for their Death Over bolwing will be eager to get picked in the upcoming Indian Premier League Auction which will be held on 4th February at Bangalore. On the previous year he will be playing for the Runner up of Team of Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise.
“I’m going back into the auction and obviously hope to get picked up. It’s a tournament I really enjoyed, it really helped develop me as a player from that mental point of view, playing in front of big crowds every other day almost and you’re under a lot of pressure to deliver and perform.
“With Bangalore we made it to the final and obviously we want to go that one step further, but it’s a tournament I really enjoyed, its done really well and hopefully I go back and get picked up,” Said by the England Pace bowler Jordan just ahead of the second T20 against India.
“Ya, definitely I got (KL) Rahul out the other day and playing with him at Bangalore, bowled at him loads in the nets. He’s a good mate of mine as well so he had a little laugh about it. That experience it didn’t hurt me at all, but that counts for nothing because cricket plays on the day and you still have to deliver your skills on the day,” he replied
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“It was a very nice feeling actually coming back into the team, not being involved in the One-Dayers, coming from the Big Bash. Obviously we have had a tough time on the tour, losing the Test series and ODIs initially. The last ODI win and now the first in T20I has given us a little bit of momentum. Hopefully we can keep that going.”
Team England who is dropped for the upcoming west Indies tour where England to played ODIs.
“You are always disappointed when you have ambition and then not getting selected. Disappointment is an emotion that I think is warranted. I would want to get back into the ODI and the Test team as soon as possible, and am working very hard to do that. I was disappointed, but obviously we have a very good set of players, very strong depth. It will be quite tough getting back in, but I don’t think it is beyond me,” he said.