A fifer from England’s Kate Cross, which was crucial in the host’s comfortable five-wicket win in the second ODI against India in Taunton on Wednesday, has the seamer in good spirits.
“(It’s) always good to pick wickets. I’ve always said that sometimes I get the boring, rubbish jobs where you’re bowling into the wind or up the hill and kind of have a holding role that creates pressure at the other end, so it was nice to pick some up myself today,” Cross told reporters after the game.
Cross underlined the importance of the fifer for her own confidence.
“I don’t think I needed one, I think I was due to have a day like this. This might sound arrogant, but I’ve been bowling well ,I have the confidence of the coaches behind me. it’s always tricky when you’re trying to find a place in the team, and this is a…