Sunil Gavaskar identified how Indian gamers do not “crouch low for spinners”.© AFP
The third day of the second Test between India and Bangladesh was witness to some poor fielding by Indian gamers on Saturday. Bangladesh set India a 145-run goal in Mirpur. Litton (73) top-scored for them because the hosts notched 231 within the second innings. Litton rode his luck in an innings the place he was dropped twice by Kohli – first off Axar Patel after which Ravichandran Ashwin. Both of them had been powerful possibilities. He was stationed on the slips. Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar was under no circumstances impressed with the slip-catching strategy of Team India.
Gavaskar stated whereas commentating for official broadcasters Sony Sports Network how Indians do not “crouch low for spinners. They stand too upright with arms on knees. It’s stunning that their coach is Rahul Dravid, who might be the one Indian with greater than 200 catches and an awesome catcher…”
The legendary batter was additionally not in favour of Axar Patel being despatched forward of Virat Kohli at No. 4. India had been tottering at 45/4 at stumps, whereas Kohli gone.
“It would not ship good indicators to Kohli. To the world’s greatest batsman that you just bat down. Unless Kohli himself requested for it; then it is completely different matter. We do not know what occurred in change room. But it is arduous to know. Axar has performed effectively, after all,” Gavaskar stated.
“Irrespective of left-hander or not, let Rishabh Pant come into bat subsequent tomorrow. Let this left-hand right-hand experiment cease.”
India at present lead the two-match sequence in opposition to 1-0 after successful the primary Test comfortably.
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