Sydney: The start of India’s tour of Australia (IND vs AUS) has been very bad. In the first ODI, Team India suffered a crushing defeat by 66 runs. In the match, Indian bowling proved to be a complete flop and shed runs like water. At the same time, Indian fielders also dropped catches and also spoiled ground fielding. As a result, Australia batting first, losing six wickets in 50 overs, scored a mammoth score of 374 runs. This is also Australia’s highest score in ODIs against India.
Kohli after the match (Virat Kohli) It rained heavily on fielders and bowlers. He said, ‘We got plenty of time to prepare. I don’t think there is any excuse for this when you don’t play as a team. We were playing T20 till now, we played ODI after a long time, but we have played a lot of ODI cricket.
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The captain said, ‘The body language we had after 20-25 overs was disappointing. If you keep making frequent mistakes in fielding, then a top team will harm you. To disturb the batsmen, it is most important that we take wickets continuously but we could not do it.
Kohli (Virat Kohli) also said that the team will also have to pay attention to getting some over part time bowlers.
Kohli (Virat Kohli) said, ‘We have to find a way to work with part time bowlers. Unfortunately Hardik Pandya is not ready for bowling, so we have to accept this and work. We have to pay attention to this area, because this team is a big thing for balance. Marcus Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell do it for Australia ‘.
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Among Indian batsmen, only Hardik Pandya and Shikhar Dhawan could do anything. Pandya scored 90 and Dhawan scored an innings of 74 runs. India could only manage 308 runs losing eight wickets in 50 overs.