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T20 WC 2022: Team India proved to be laggy in powerplay from Melbourne to Adelaide, a mistake by the selectors

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England defeated India by 10 wickets in the semi-finals.
England opener Alex Hales was the ‘Player of the Match’.

New Delhi. Team India had a great start in the T20 World Cup 2022. Rohit Sharma & Co had faced only one defeat in five matches before the semi-finals. But in the semi-finals, the England openers played with the Indian bowlers. The English team defeated India by 10 wickets. Due to some mistakes of the team, India has to lose another World Cup.

If all the World Cup matches are looked at, then the initial 6 overs have proved to be a nightmare for Team India. The opening pair has defied the expectations of the fans with their poor performance throughout the World Cup. Now fans do not want to see Rohit-Rahul pair in the team. At the same time, questions are also being raised on the selection of Team India for the World Cup. If we look at the records of Sanju Samson, the aggressive batsman of Team India, then it can be estimated that what a big mistake the selectors have made in the World Cup. Sanju Samson has scored 293 runs in 16 T20 matches.

40 runs not scored in powerplay in five matches

If we look at the performance of Team India during the Powerplay in the World Cup, not even 40 runs were scored from the openers in five overs. During the entire 5 matches, India scored 32, 32, 33, 37 and 46 runs in the powerplay. At the same time, in the semi-final against England, Team India scored 38 runs in the powerplay, which India had to bear the brunt of.

England batsman again took back his position….4 fours 7 sixes and India beat

Yuzvendra Chahal spent time on the bench

Team India’s head coach Rahul Dravid and captain Rohit Sharma have committed a big mistake by not including spin master Yuzvendra Chahal in the playing XI. Although many veterans had expressed hope of seeing Chahal in the field before the semi-finals, but he also spent time on the bench in this important match. The leg-spinners of the rest of the teams of the tournament have bowled economical on the Australian pitches. Be it Shadab Khan of Pakistan or Liam Livingston of England.

Tags: India Vs England, Rohit Sharma, T20 World Cup 2022, Team India

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