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After India’s batting collapse during the second Test match in England, fans and former cricketers are disappointed with the performance. Supreme Court-appointed and Vinod Rai-led-committee of Administration has made this thing very clear to Ravi Shastri (Head Coach) and skipper, Virat Kohli that the performance at the Lord’s is “unacceptable”. England won the test by an innings and 159 runs making it Virat’s heaviest defeat as India captain.
After the India’s batting collapse during the second Test match in England, fans and former cricketers are disappointed with the performance. Supreme Court-appointed and Vinod Rai-ledCommittee of Administration has made this thing very clear to Ravi Shastri (Head Coach) and skipper, Virat Kohli that the performance at the Lord’s is “unacceptable”. England won the test by an innings and 159 runs making it Virat’s heaviest defeat as India captain.
India team left in the last week of June for the limited overs series in Ireland and England. The players had around more than a month to get used to England conditions as the first test started on August 1. The question of the batting collapse arises because players like Murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahanae who were not part of the limited overs had been sent early to UK to practise red ball cricket, but still they underperformed and we witnessed the worst batting collapse in the cricket history of Indian cricket.
Former Test captain Sunil Gavaskar slammed India’s preparation for the Test series in England. “I can understand that you need to switch off after a (limited-overs) series but that can’t be five days at a stretch,” he said. He also criticised the Indian team management’s decision to shorten a first-class tour game against Essex, making it more of a practice match.
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Author: Amit Singh
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