New Delhi: India suffered a humiliating defeat by an innings and 76 runs in the third test match at the hands of England. England leveled 1-1 in the five-match Test series. In the third test match, Team India’s batsmen were seen battered in both the innings in front of England. India’s batsmen were scattered like a pack of cards. In the first innings, Team India was bundled out for 78 runs. In the second innings, the Indian team saved some respect by scoring 278 runs, but still the shameful defeat engulfed it.
Inzamam commented on Team India
Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq’s comment on Team India won the hearts of Indian fans. Inzamam said, ‘If an experienced player does not come forward and perform better in a big series, then he is absolutely sure to get into trouble. I am monitoring India’s performance from the series played against Australia.
India won a very difficult series on foreign soil
Inzamam said on his YouTube channel, ‘India has played good cricket and they have won the series in very difficult conditions on foreign soil, but in this victory the young players have contributed a lot to the team’s victory. Inzamam said that junior players have contributed much more than senior cricketers.
Kohli and Pujara need to score runs
Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said, “In the remaining two Test matches against England, senior Indian batsmen like captain Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara will have to take more responsibility and they will have to fill the gap between centuries.” .’
Kohli did not score a century for almost two years
Inzamam said, ‘If you look at the recent performance of the Indian batsmen, it is known that Kohli has not scored a century for almost two years. A similar situation is with Pujara and Rahane. In recent times, young players have pulled Team Virat out of difficult situations.
Rishabh Pant scored too many runs
Inzamam said, ‘Rishabh Pant has scored a lot of runs, while Ravindra Jadeja and R. Ashwin has also contributed with the bat. Junior players have contributed much more than senior cricketers. Pujara scored 91 and Virat 55 in the third Test, but it was the first half century of both of them in the series. Kohli averaged 24.80 in the series, Pujara’s 33.40 and Rahane averaged 19.00.