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England first defeated India then Pakistan, know those 3 qualities of Butler’s army, which can be useful for Team India


England beat Pakistan to win T20 World Cup
England defeated India in a one-sided match in the semi-final
3 qualities of Jos Buttler’s team, if India adopts it can be a matter

New Delhi. England has also become the world champion of T20 after ODI within 3 years. A day earlier, he defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets in the final of the T20 World Cup. Chasing the target of 138 runs in this match, at one time it seemed that the dice of the match could turn at any time. But, Ben Stokes settled on the crease like Angad’s leg and returned from the field only after making the team the champion. After this victory of England, it has been proved that at present there is no better team than England in limited overs cricket. England taught the rest of the teams how to play the T20 format. England won the T20 crown by defeating India and then Pakistan in the semi-finals. Both these teams were being considered as the contenders for the World Cup. But, the English team went ahead of both India and Pakistan.

Lessons are also hidden for India and Pakistan in England’s victory. There are 3 qualities of England’s team, by adopting which India can prepare a team like England till the next T20 World Cup and can correct the mistake which happened this time. Let us know what are those five qualities of England? And how can India adopt them, where will Team India have to improve for that?

England’s approach
After losing to Ireland in the T20 World Cup, hardly anyone would have thought that England would reach the semi-finals as well. But, Jos Buttler’s army did it. England first defeated Sri Lanka to book a semi-final ticket, then defeated India in the last-4 match and finally won by defeating Pakistan despite being in trouble in Melbourne. The England team played fearless cricket throughout the tournament. His attitude remained the same in the final against Pakistan.

Chasing 138 runs, Alex Hales was dismissed in the first over itself. Despite this, Butler continued to score fast runs in the powerplay. England may have lost three wickets in the powerplay. But, scored 49 runs. For this reason, there was no pressure on England to increase the pace of runs and the batsmen who came later achieved the target of 138 runs.

India also started playing in this format with the same approach after the last T20 World Cup. Its results were also good. But, India did not play with this thinking in this T20 World Cup. Especially the top order batsmen batted with defensive thinking, leaving a few matches. The team had to bear the brunt of which. India scored 38 runs in the powerplay in the semi-final against England. In response, England had scored 63 runs and on the basis of this start, England defeated India by 10 wickets.

Indian openers scored runs at a strike rate of less than 100 in the entire tournament. Rohit Sharma’s strike rate was around 95 and Rahul’s strike rate was less than him. If India has to do well in T20 format, then this aggressive approach of England will have to be adopted.

England has plenty of utility players
To say the biggest strength or quality of England in this T20 World Cup, he was his utility player. Those who do tremendous bowling, batting as well as fielding. England got the benefit of this in the whole tournament. Liam Livingstone came down to play at number seven in the final for England. Now the team which will have a power hitter like him at number 7, its strength can be estimated. Livingstone may not have scored too many runs in this tournament. But, on important occasions with the ball and bat, the team was useful. He scored 55 runs with taking 3 wickets.

In the semi-final against India, Livingstone gave only 20 runs in 3 overs. Moeen Ali also played an important innings in the final. Apart from this, there was also Sam Karen as a bowling all-rounder, who took 13 wickets.

India will now have to pay similar attention and develop such utility players. Looking at India’s top order, only KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav can bat. Rohit, Virat can bowl. But, these are not bowlers who can be trusted in tournaments like T20 World Cup. In such a situation, India will have to find players like Hardik Pandya and give them maximum opportunities in the T20 format.

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England has a lot of options in bowling
Before this T20 World Cup, Reece Topley, who was England’s highest wicket-taker in T20 before this tournament, was ruled out due to injury. India’s Jasprit Bumrah also did not play this World Cup due to injury. Despite this, England’s bowling did not look weak. There were 10 such players in his 15-member squad, who were going to bowl properly in terms of T20 format. In this Ben Stokes, Sam Karen, Adil Rashid, Moeen Ali, Mark Wood, David Willey, Tymal Mills, Chris Jordan. For this reason, Butler was never seen under pressure as to who should be handed the ball if a bowler proved to be expensive. This was also seen in the semi-finals and finals. Chris Jordan bowled brilliantly in the death over against India.

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India will also have to increase bowling options in its T20 team. India had more of one type of bowler. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh were similar swing bowlers who lacked pace. India definitely had variety in their spin bowling attack. But the team management fed R Ashwin and Akshar in place of wrist spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Due to lack of variety, Rohit Sharma could not change the bowling in the semi-finals. In such a situation, India will have to give a chance to a fast bowler like Umran Malik in T20 format. Apart from this, death over specialist and new spin bowlers like Ravi Bishnoi will have to be given a chance.

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