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Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Dubai

Published by: Shaktiraj Singh
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 09:17 PM IST

Summary

In the match against New Zealand, the Indian batsmen played a lot of dot balls and then got out after playing bad shots. Because of this, the Indian team could only score 110 runs.

Kiwi players celebrating after taking the wicket of the Indian team.
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In the T20 World Cup 2021, the Indian team is playing its second match against New Zealand. Electing to bat after losing the toss, the Indian team has scored 110 runs. No batsman could play a good innings for India. Ravindra Jadeja scored 26 runs. At the same time, Trent Boult took the maximum three wickets. Here we are telling what mistake the Indian batsmen did, due to which Team India could not score big.

The opener returned to the pavilion cheaply
The Indian opening pair was a flop in the match against New Zealand. Ishan Kishan was dismissed for four runs in eight balls, while Lokesh Rahul returned to the pavilion after scoring 18 runs in 16 balls. It was necessary to use the powerplay to score big in this match, but the Indian team scored only 35 runs in the powerplay. Rohit Sharma also contributed 13 runs in this. When India’s first wicket fell, Team India had scored 11 runs in 17 balls. In this match, Virat started the innings with Ishan Kishan instead of Rohit, but his maneuver was a flop and Ishan was dismissed cheaply.

Poor shot selection of Indian batsmen
In the match against New Zealand, Indian batsmen were dismissed after playing wrong shots. The ball often comes to a halt on this ground and instead of hitting big sixes, it is necessary to play shots in the gap, but the Indian batsmen could not do this. In the powerplay, only two players remain outside 30 yards, but instead of putting a shot in the gap, the opening batsmen of Team India gave the catch in the hands of the players standing on the boundary. At the same time, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were also dismissed with irresponsible shots.

Indian team landed without any preparation
Even before the match, Ish Sodhi was considered a big threat to the Indian team and the same thing happened. He took the wickets of India’s most experienced and important players. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma were dismissed after playing bad shots in their balls. Earlier, something similar happened in the match against Pakistan as well. Shaheen Afridi was already considered dangerous for the Indian batsmen in this match and he took the wickets of Rohit and Rahul. It is clear from this that the Indian team is not coming with any plan against the opposition bowlers in this tournament.

Dot balls increased the problem
In this tournament, a team like West Indies had been troubled by playing more dot balls in the past and in this match the Indian players needed to take advantage of the big ground. It was expected that in the middle overs, the Indian batsmen would take their team’s score forward by running two runs in as many balls. However, this did not happen in the match. Batsmen like Rohit and Virat instead of running away played many dot balls and later got out trying to hit big sixes. Santner conceded just 15 runs in four overs against India.

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In the T20 World Cup 2021, the Indian team is playing its second match against New Zealand. Electing to bat after losing the toss, the Indian team has scored 110 runs. No batsman could play a good innings for India. Ravindra Jadeja scored 26 runs. At the same time, Trent Boult took the maximum three wickets. Here we are telling what mistake the Indian batsmen did, due to which Team India could not score big.

The opener returned to the pavilion cheaply

The Indian opening pair was a flop in the match against New Zealand. Ishan Kishan was dismissed for four runs in eight balls, while Lokesh Rahul returned to the pavilion after scoring 18 runs in 16 balls. To make a big score in this match, it was necessary to use the powerplay, but the Indian team scored only 35 runs in the powerplay. Rohit Sharma also contributed 13 runs in this. When India’s first wicket fell, Team India had scored 11 runs in 17 balls. In this match, Virat started the innings with Ishan Kishan instead of Rohit, but his maneuver was a flop and Ishan was dismissed cheaply.

Poor shot selection of Indian batsmen

In the match against New Zealand, Indian batsmen were dismissed after playing wrong shots. The ball often comes to a halt on this ground and instead of hitting big sixes, it is necessary to play shots in the gap, but the Indian batsmen could not do this. In the powerplay, only two players remain outside 30 yards, but instead of putting a shot in the gap, the opening batsmen of Team India gave the catch in the hands of the players standing on the boundary. At the same time, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were also dismissed with irresponsible shots.

Indian team landed without any preparation

Even before the match, Ish Sodhi was considered a big threat to the Indian team and the same thing happened. He took the wickets of India’s most experienced and important players. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma were dismissed after playing bad shots in their balls. Earlier, something similar happened in the match against Pakistan as well. Shaheen Afridi was already considered dangerous for the Indian batsmen in this match and he took the wickets of Rohit and Rahul. It is clear from this that the Indian team is not coming with any plan against the opposition bowlers in this tournament.

Dot balls increased the problem

In this tournament, a team like West Indies had been troubled by playing more dot balls in the past and in this match the Indian players needed to take advantage of the big ground. It was expected that in the middle overs, the Indian batsmen would take their team’s score forward by running two runs in as many balls. However, this did not happen in the match. Batsmen like Rohit and Virat instead of running away, played many dot balls and later got out trying to hit big sixes. Santner conceded just 15 runs in four overs against India.

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