Jason Behrendorff picked up 4 wickets in the 2nd T20I    IANS
Jason Behrendorff picked up 4 wickets in the 2nd T20I IANS

He conquered one of the places, Australians fear the most to travel to. He wreaked havoc in the much-famed Indian batting line-up, claiming a four-for, helping Australia draw level in the T20I series against India. Now, full of confidence, Jason Behrendorff is eager to play some more international cricket soon. The 27-year-old, despite having the potential to represent the kangaroos, has faced injury issues at wrong time which postponed his debut. Now, with the first-choice pacers fit to play the Ashes, Behrendorff will have to wait for some time before he gets his chance in the team again. However, he will be able to be in the flow, playing some domestic cricket in the Sheffield Shield matches during the period. Watch Jason Behrendorff s hysterical reaction on comparison with John Cena

“Those three [Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins], if they’re all fit and firing like we expect them to be, they’ll be the first picked and rightly so,” Behrendorff told Fairfax. “For me, having that goal of playing international cricket again means that I’ll be ready and waiting in the wings. [The goal is] to be playing international cricket whenever I get that call, to be ready to go.That’s something that I’m working towards making sure I’m fully ready to go if that opportunity presents itself.”

About representing Australia, Behrendorff said, “It was an unbelievable experience. I want to play as much international cricket as I possibly can. It is such a buzz and such a thrill, it’s something I’ll continue to aspire to play as much as I possibly can. I’ve always had that belief that I’m good enough, but then to perform and really cement that on the big stage (was great).”