In the recent series between India and Australia, India lost the T20 match against Australia. Considering the way the Indian cricket team has lost this first match of the series, many questions have been raised about it. In this match, the Indian team dropped two important catches. At the same time, former head coach Ravi Shastri has said that there is a shortage of young players on this team in India and that is why the players are not able to catch catches.
Ravi Shastri now commented on the mediocre fielding in the Indian cricket team. This poor fielding has become the reason for the Indian team’s defeat in Mohali. In that match, Axar Patel dropped the first catch and then KL Rahul also dropped a simple catch. This catch was from Cameron Green who played very quick innings.
According to Ravi Shastri, there is a shortage of young players in the Indian team and its effect is clearly visible on the fielding. During the commentary, he said-
“If you look at the Indian team over the years, it has been a good mix of youth and experience. There are no young players on this team and that is why the fielding is getting so bad. If you see in the last five-six years, this Indian team does not match with anyone in terms of fielding and you can lose it in big tournaments. Nowhere does it appear that anyone has fielded tremendously. Jadeja is not in the team and neither is the X factor.”
Let us tell you that Australia defeated the Indian team by 4 wickets in the first T20 match played in Mohali. Batting first, the Indian team made a huge total of 208 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. In reply, Australia easily achieved this target in 19.2 overs.
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