India vs Australia: Defeat in T20I series a ‘wake up call’ for Team India, says Kohli’s childhood coach Raj Kumar Sharma


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Indian captain Virat Kohli’s tutor and youth mentor Raj Kumar Sharma has named group’s 2-0 misfortune because of Australia in the as of late finished up T20I arrangement as a wake-up call for them. Sharma said that in the wake of giving an overwhelming exhibition in Australia and New Zealand, the thrashing came as a major shock and that India needs to give a befitting answer to the guests in the up and coming ODI arrangement. The mentor communicated expectation that India would go into the ODI arrangement with a changed mentality.

The ODI arrangement will be vital for India as they lost both the T20s. The annihilation came as a major shock. It is a reminder for India. The time has come to regroup. They have to battle again and give Australia a befitting answer to demonstrate that they are the best side with regards to one-day format, the mentor told ANI.

Group have done well before and in the ODIs, ideally, we will see an alternate team, he included.

Bringing up the lacking focuses amid the T20I arrangement, Sharma said that the bowlers did not execute according to the desires and India paid the cost for it. The mentor additionally kept up that India missed the administrations of spinner Kuldeep Yadav in the arrangement.

We did botches in T20I arrangement. Our bowlers lingered behind. It was obvious from the manner in which Australians pursued down 190 so effectively in the second match and the manner in which Maxwell batted in the match. We turned out poorly wickets, he said.

(Yuzvendra)Chahal could have turned out to be a threat factor for the Australians however Maxwell’s counter-assault evaporated that opportunity, also. India missed Kuldeep Yadav in the series, he included. Discussing India’s batting office, Sharma said that it is significant for best request batsman Shikhar Dhawan to get again into the structure as it has been quite a while since he has played a major inning. India and Australia are slated to play a five-coordinate ODI arrangement from March 2 to 13.


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