I don’t know what a falcon ball is’ – Brendon McCullum

England have been in good form this summer, having won all their four Test matches. Coach McCullum, nicknamed ‘Baz’, and captain Ben Stokes have forged a formidable partnership in the longest format of the game, and under him, the Three Lions have played an aggressive brand of cricket, which the English press referred to as ‘baaz-ball’. Labeled in. ,

However, the former New Zealand captain has no idea what a “baaz-ball” is.

“I don’t know what a ‘hawk-ball’ is. If you look at the approach it’s not just crashes and burns, and that’s why I really don’t like that silly word people are throwing out there.

McCullum told Sen, “Because there’s really a lot of thought about how people build their performance and when they put pressure on the bowlers and which bowlers they put pressure on. There are times when they have taken the pressure off. Handled beautifully.” radio.

England recently defeated India by seven wickets in the rescheduled fifth Test at Edgbaston, coming back after taking a first innings lead and successfully chasing down a record target of 378 in the fourth innings.

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