Assistant coach Sanjay Bangar believes that the fall in India’s batting in the fourth one-day match was an “aberration” and reiterating confidence in the middle order, that whenever it was put in a difficult situation.
India’s batting became a Cropper in the Hamilton game because they were dismissed for the seventh-lowest total of 92.
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However, Bangar said that this was a strange failure.
Bangar told reporters before the fifth ODI against New Zealand here on Sunday, “The middle order has been extended and distributed several times.” Yes, some situation is trying but it is not that the middle order has not performed. ”
He said, “When necessary, whenever it is put in a situation, it is given more often than it is, perhaps the last game was an aberration.”
Bangar gave an example of the games – Cuttack (India vs England, January 2017), Indore (India vs. SA, October 2015) and MCG Final (India vs Australia, January 2019) – where middle order contributed to the victory Matches
Former Indian all-rounder said, “If they (batting top batsmen) are batting well, then the middle order does not get the necessary opportunity to maintain the groove.”
“This is also one of those series where our top order has not got a hundred, so there is a lot of time for the middle order to go out there and play the situations … and when they have got it they play An opportunity is over. ”
Without captain Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the batting unit of India had no answer to Tant Boult’s destructive magic, but Bangar said that such games really help him who can perform better.
They said, “It was a one-sided game for us. We know that we have played below our capacity and our expected level, boys realize it and we just have to keep that game behind and play the next game.”
“It gives us the opportunity to reflect in the case if we recall players due to fitness issues. The World Cup will be a long tournament, injuries and players are going to be lost and it gives us a reflection of how the player They had to face in their absence and we wanted in the last game in that situation.
“But they are quality players, even in the third game, Dinesh Karthik and Ambati Rayudu had shared 82 runs to finish the game, so we can not take out many failures one after the other,” Bangar said that team management is trying to rotate the players to give some time to everyone.
He said, “We are trying to balance the opportunities, keep them warm and give them enough time to play, this is a particularly vigouring effort in Australia and here we have rotated our players.”
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“It’s going to be such a time that when a player does not get 5 to 6 consecutive games, we are trying to make that balance, as we have played, we’ve ensured that everyone Is getting the way. ” Hit the players around and hit them. “