The Indian cricket team is showing poor performance in the preparation of the T20 World Cup (T20 WORLD CUP 2022). Especially the pace attack of the team is looking weak. In the first match played against Australia, the fast bowlers of the Indian team were completely helpless. Batting first, the Indian team scored 208 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs.
Team India is to play its first match against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup (T20 WORLD CUP 2022). This time the T20 World Cup will be played in Australia, where fast bowlers get a lot of help. But the pace attack of the Indian team seems to be completely unsuccessful.
Will talk to management about money attack
Let us tell you, the Indian selectors are seen very worried about the fast bowlers of the team. Seeing the performance of the team, his thinking is also correct. It is being told that the matter will be discussed with the team management.
Indian experienced fast bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar (BHUVNESHWAR KUMAR) and Harshal Patel (HARSAL PATEL), who are part of the T20 World Cup squad, are seeing a steady decline in their performance.
Decisions are not made on the basis of one match
In view of all these things, the BCCI selector has said in a report by InsiSports,
“Obviously, it is a matter of concern that our bowlers were unable to defend 208 runs… but it has to be understood that there is time. You also have to admit that the Mohali pitch was a batting paradise. So, it would not be right to exclude someone on the basis of one match. We will talk to the team management about the necessary help in this regard.”
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Bowling failed in first T20
In the first match played against Australia, the Indian fast bowlers appeared completely unsuccessful. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who played in this match, took 52 runs in 4 overs, Harshal Patel made 49 runs in 4 overs and Umesh Yadav took 2 wickets for 27 runs in 2 overs.
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