"I approach every game in the same way, I'm someone who looks to be as simplistic as possible in the way that I approach and my processes for bowling," Roland-Jones told reporters at Manchester's Old Trafford on Wednesday. "It's a case of reverting back to type, starting from scratch again and hopefully doing what I can to try and help the team win up here at Old Trafford." But after a heel injury to Durham fast bowler Mark Wood finally gave Roland-Jones his chance after he'd twice before been in the Test squad without getting a cap, he was understandably proud of his debut.
England star Toby Roland-Jones: I will prove I am no one Test wonderhttps://t.co/XD893Ab8wnAugust 2, 2017
Toby Roland-Jones's down-to-earth approach may help England's attempts to seal the series against SA at Old Trafford https://t.co/Lc9KHisVb2 — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) August 2, 2017"(It was) nice to have a day or so just to process everything," he said. "Obviously winning a game in any England side is always going to be a pretty special feeling on debut. "From a personal point of view it was pretty exciting game to be a part of and I was pretty happy with the way that I performed."
Toby Roland-Jones insists he is not a one-trick pony - 'I can adapt to whatever conditions I play'https://t.co/ImrhsYYnsR— Telegraph Cricket (@telecricket) August 2, 2017