Paul Adams of South Africa was the Chinaman bowler, followed by Kuldeep Yadav of India.
Sri Lankan Kevin Kothigowda is a completely different action bowler, earlier he could not even see the pitch while bowling.
Dainik BhaskarNov 18, 2019, 01:39 PM IST Sports Desk. World cricket is dominated by both bowlers, whether fast bowlers or spinners. Everyone's bowling action is also discussed. In the fast bowlers, Lasith Malinga often made headlines due to the action. Talking about spinners, many names can be counted. Among them are Muttiah Muralitharan, Paul Adams and Kuldeep Yadav. However, apart from all this, a bowler is knocking in international cricket. He is the young leg-spinner of Sri Lanka, Kevin Kothigoda. Chinaman bowler Adams played the last Test in 2004. But, Kevin's action is even more difficult and confusing than him. He came into discussion with the Abu Dhabi T10 League.
Sri Lanka and Sanyogamalinga or Muralitharan or Ajanta Mendis. These Sri Lankan cricket bowlers are remembered for their different types of action. Muralitharan even had to undergo a biomechanical test to prove his action right. Malinga has great yorkers along with speed. By the way, Malinga is the only fast bowler among different types of action bowlers. All the other spinners remain. For example, Muralitharan, Ajanta Mendis or India's young Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav. It will be said by coincidence that Kevin also comes from Sri Lanka. He is currently playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 League.
#NewFavePlayer Kevin Koththiigoda. Consonant in a blender pic.twitter.com/9EmOBFuNOW
– Paul Radley (@PaulRadley) November 16, 2019
Enjoyed being out in the middle yesterday #pickingnotpicking #spin 🐸🤪 pic.twitter.com/P5oJGD9QO1
– Paul Adams (@ PaulAdams39) April 26, 2019
Watson did not face any problems, in front of Kevin was Shane Watson of Australia. She survived by getting out twice. However, later he also hit 2 sixes to the same bowler. Kothigowda reminded Watson of South African Chinaman bowler Paul Adams. However, his action was somewhat easier than Kevin. Interesting thing told by Kevin's coach Dhamika Sudarshan. Said, "His action is completely different but it's absolutely natural. Initially he could not get good length because he could not see the pitch due to the action while doing the ball. But now he has made a great improvement. "