India's leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who became the man of the match by playing an important role in the 11-run win in the first T20 match against Australia, said on Friday that he learned a lesson from the mistakes in the ODI series. took.
Chahal was not previously included in the playing XI but he was included in the team in Australia's innings as a concession institution after Ravindra Jadeja suffered a head injury during his batting. Chahal took three wickets for 25 runs in four overs.
Chahal, who became the man of the match, said, “It feels great to be performing like this. When we were batting there was no pressure on me but after that I came to know that I am going to play in this match. I took lessons from my mistakes made in ODIs. It was difficult to play against the spinner in the first innings and I bowled according to my strategy. "