IND Vs AUS 1st ODI: Know the five biggest reasons for 'embarrassing' defeat, from batting order to bad form of Bumrah - AB TAK NEWS

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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

IND Vs AUS 1st ODI: Know the five biggest reasons for 'embarrassing' defeat, from batting order to bad form of Bumrah

IND Vs AUS 1st ODI: Know the five biggest reasons for 'embarrassing' defeat, from batting order to bad form of Bumrah




Team India captain Virat Kohli came down to bat at number four in this match.  Given Virat's record of batting at No. 3, the change in his batting order was the heaviest for the team.

The three-match one-day international series between India and Australia has started.  The first match of the series was played at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday (14 January) and Team India suffered a humiliating defeat by 10 wickets.  The Australian cricket team dominated the entire match and Team India looked unabashed both at batting and bowling times.  Australia won the toss and captain Aaron Finch invited India to bat first.  Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan opened the innings for India and in the first over of Mitchell Starc, Rohit hit two fours, it seemed that in the break from the T20 series against Sri Lanka, Rohit has come back fresh and will play aggressive innings, but  This did not happen and Rohit returned to the pavilion after scoring 10 off 15 balls.

 The five biggest reasons for this shameful defeat of India

 1- Changes in batting order: Team India captain Virat Kohli got down to bat at number four in this match.  Given Virat's record of batting at No. 3, the change in his batting order was the heaviest for the team.  He averages 63.4 while batting at number-3 in ODIs, which comes down to an average of 56.5 while batting at number-4.  Batting at number-4, he has scored 9, 4, 3 *, 11, 12, 7 and 16 runs in the last seven innings.  In the absence of Rohit, KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan started the innings in the T20 series.  After Rohit's return in this match, Virat came at number four after sending all three openers to bat at number three and was dismissed for 16 off 14 balls.

2- The havoc of Stark, Cummins and Richardson: Fast bowlers on Indian pitches do not get much help, but Australian fast bowlers Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Kane Richardson constantly harassed the Indian batsmen.  Indian batsmen looked uncomfortable in front of these three.  Stark took three while Cummins and Richards took two wickets each.  Together these three fast bowlers took six wickets for India.

 3- Middle Order Failure: For some time, Shreyas Iyer had saved the honor of batting the middle order on his own, but in this match he was dismissed by scoring only four runs and after that the other players were also seen dying.  After Rohit (10), Dhawan (74), Rahul (47) were dismissed, Virat (16), Pant (28), Ravindra Jadeja (25) could not play any big innings and Team India were all out before 50 overs.  happened.

 4- Open poll in front of the big team: Team India reached the semi-finals in the 2019 World Cup.  India had lost two matches in the entire tournament.  India had to face defeat against England in the league round, while New Zealand defeated India in the semi-finals.  Throughout the tournament, Team India struggled with the problem of the No. 4 batsman.  Given the way Team India performed in the ODI format after the World Cup, it seemed that the biggest problem of the team has been solved.  Bhatar has played two ODIs against West Indies since last year's World Cup and won both.  Meanwhile, for the first time Team India faced a strong team like Australia and in the first match, all the deficiencies of Team India were exposed.

5- Bumrah's form: Jasprit Bumrah's return was eagerly awaited.  Bumrah has returned to the cricket field after a long time with the three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka this month.  Bumrah is currently struggling to regain his lost rhythm.  He did not appear in his old form even during the T20 series against Sri Lanka and in the first ODI against Australia, he could not bother David Warner and Aaron Finch at all.  Bumrah is a very important bowler for Team India and his return to rhythm is very important for Team India.

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