The clout of Team India has weakened? Battle coach Vikram Rathor denied, said – there have been many improvements
India has to play its first T20 match against South Africa on Wednesday. This match is considered very important in terms of T20 World Cup. Before the game started, batter Vikram Rathor came to the press conference today. He was asked a lot of questions about batting Team India.
Looking at the recent times, the performance of the Indian cricket team has not been exceptional. The performance of the Indian cricket team in the Asian Cup was nothing special. The expectation was that Team India would do well in the Asian Cup. In the Asian Cup, the Indian team fell slightly behind in both batting and bowling. In addition, many questions have been raised about the Indian team in recent matches. Questions have also been raised about hitting. India has to play its first T20 match against South Africa on Wednesday. This match is considered very important in terms of T20 World Cup. Before the game started, batter Vikram Rathor came to the press conference today. He was asked a lot of questions about batting Team India.
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In his reply, Vikram Rathor said that if you say we can’t score, I don’t agree. He claimed that since the last T20 World Cup we’ve scored equal or plus par every time we hit first. I think there’s a very clear change in the way we hit. He claimed the attitude has changed a bit, we tend to be more aggressive when we are there. We play with a better strike rate and more intention. That has become clear since the last World Cup. As a batting unit, we’ve done well every time we hit first.
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When asked about the game against South Africa, he said that Arshdeep Singh and Shahbaz Ahmed have joined the team and that we expect Shreyas Iyer to come here by evening. Who plays in the XI is determined before the match. With the series of three games against South Africa starting on Wednesday, the Indian team will look to improve their bowling and give good practice to the batsmen ahead of the T20 World Cup. After winning the series against Australia, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said death bowling needs to be improved.