On Wednesday, India’s captain Rohit Sharma said that the team’s loss in the one-day international series in Bangladesh was due to inefficient bowling in the middle overs as well as the batsmen’ inability to form partnerships. The series consisted of three games.
India was defeated by Pakistan in the second one-day international that was played on Wednesday in Mirpur by a score of five runs, bringing their overall record in the series to 0-2. “There are some advantages to losing a game, but there are also some disadvantages.
After being reduced to 69/6, our bowlers didn’t put in a very good effort when they let them get to 270 odd. We got off to a good start, but our struggles came around the middle overs and at the end of the game.
This also occurred in the game before this one. “It’s something we need to improve on,” a frustrated Rohit Sharma stated during the post-match presentation ceremony. “It’s something we need to work on.” ”
In terms of the batting, he had the following to say: “In One-Day cricket, it’s all about partnerships, and when you get those, you have to make sure that they are transformed into match-winning partnerships.” That is the action that they took.
It is not easy for the rookie batter, therefore if you have those 70-run stands, you need to convert them into partnerships that score between 110 and 120 runs for the team to be successful. He continued by saying that there was a need for more courage in the middle.
Invited to bowl, India had Bangladesh on the mat at 69 for six before the hero of the previous match, Miraz (100 runs off 83 balls), and Mahmudullah (77 runs off 96 balls) stitched an epic 148-run partnership off 165 balls to take the hosts to a fighting total. Miraz scored 100 runs off 83 balls. Mahmudullah scored 77 runs off 96 balls.
“We also need to develop ways of breaking such pairings,” Rohit said, “not to take anything away from Mehidy and Mahmudullah, who had a terrific partnership.”
The team captain also shared the news that India is dealing with a few injury issues as they prepare for the third One-Day International on Saturday.
There are few concerns regarding injuries; nonetheless, we need to investigate this further. It is necessary to make an effort to keep an eye on them, since it is necessary to comprehend this.
When they play for India, they need to be at a level of performance that is higher than 100 percent. “We can’t have guys coming in to play for the country who aren’t fully fit, so we need to keep an eye on how much effort they’re putting in,” Rohit explained.
“A score between 240 and 250 was considered to be satisfactory by us. Although we were under a lot of strain, Mahmudullah and Mehidy performed exceptionally well. I’m not privy to the content of their exchanges, but whatever they did, it was just incredible.
“I wanted to rotate my key bowlers about since it was a decent pitch in the second half, so I couldn’t afford to bowl too many of my major bowlers early on.” Because the pitch was good in the second half, “I wanted to rotate my primary bowlers around.” The goal of the following match will also be to come out on top,” Das continued.
Miraz, who just received his second award for being the player of the match in a row, expressed his gratitude to God and stated that all of the effort he has put in over the past few years is finally paying off.
He remarked, “Over the past few years, I have put a lot of effort into the batting, and I have focused on key areas to develop.”
“My coaches have provided me with a great deal of information that I can use to improve my game. Riyad Bhai (Mahmudullah) kept stressing to me that we ought to keep playing late into the innings, and the most of our chats centred on maintaining little aims of partnerships.
“I was simply attempting to put pressure on them by hitting the good places with the ball,” he said.