Glenn McGrath influenced M. Prasidh Krishna greatly during his stint at the MRF Pace Foundation, Chennai in 2017. On Thursday, the India pacer said, the first thing he learned from the Australian great was to remain calm and composed.

The Karnataka bowler made a record-breaking start to his international career, becoming the first Indian to pick four wickets on ODI debut, as India defeated England by 66 runs to go up 1-0 in the three-match series.

“The first and foremost thing that I observed was he (McGrath) was never excited or overawed by the situation,” Prasidh told the Kolkata Knight Riders website.

“And apart from that, he always spoke about being consistent. So that’s the biggest part of it.”

Later, Prasidh also went to Cricket Australia’s Centre of Excellence in Brisbane in 2019 as part of an MoU.

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