October 5, 2022
India vs Australia – “Death Bowling Exposed Again”: Stars Lash Out After Indian Bowlers’ Poor Performance vs Australia


After failing to defend India’s 208-run target in the first T20I against Australia, skipper Rohit Sharma did not mince words to explain the reason for the defeat. “I don’t think we bowled well. 200 is good to defend and we didn’t take advantage of the opportunity in the field. It was a great effort from our batsmen, but the bowlers weren’t there,” he said. Four-wicket loss to India “There are things we need to look into, but it was a good game for us to understand what went wrong. We know it’s a high-scoring ground. You Can’t rest even after getting 200. We took wickets. To an extent, but he played really well. He played some exceptional shots. If I was in that changing room, I would have expected to chase that total. You Can back himself to defend 60 runs in the last 4 overs. We weren’t able to take that extra wicket.”

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4-0-52-0), Harshal Patel (4-0-49-0), Yuzvendra Chahal (3.2-0-42-1), Umesh Yadav (2-0-27-2) and Hardik Pandya (2-0-22-0) All leaked runs. Former India players took note of India’s poor bowling effort.

After the match was over, Irfan Pathan wrote on Twitter, “Saying this again use Bhuvi for only one over in the last 5 overs.”

Former India spinner Amit Mishra wrote on Twitter, “And our death bowling is exposed again! Time to introspect and correct why we are succumbing to pressure so often. #INDvsAUS,” India Former spinner Amit Mishra wrote on Twitter.

Former India pacer Venkatesh Prasad wrote, “I think India played a trick by not giving Arshdeep more games to groom in the death overs. He should give more games before the World Cup. #IndvsAus,” Former India fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad wrote.

The second T20 match will be played in Nagpur on Friday.

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