India Vs Australia T20: Captain Rohit Sharma blamed blowers for losing the match
Talking in the post presentation after losing the match, India captain Rohit Sharma said that I don't think we have bowled well. 200 was a good score on this pitch which could have been defended. We missed many chances during the match.
The visiting team has won the first match of the three-match T20 series between India and Australia. Australia have taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series. Australia won the match played in Mohali on Tuesday by 4 wickets.
In this match, Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, India scored 208 runs for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. At the same time, Australia's team, which came after the target of 209 runs, won the match by 4 wickets.
Indian bowlers disappointed: Rohit Sharma
Talking in the post match presentation after losing the match, India captain Rohit Sharma said, 'I don't think we have bowled well. 200 was a good score on this pitch which could have been defended. We missed many chances during the match.
Praising the batsmen, Rohit Sharma said, 'The batsmen tried well but the bowlers didn't played well. Rohit further said, 'We need to focus on many things. Although this match was very good. Rohit said that we know that more runs are scored on this ground. So even after scoring 200 runs, you can't take the match lightly.
The turning point of the match
Rohit Sharma said, 'We were able to take wickets of the Australian batsmen but they played a very well. He played some great shots. He said, 'If I was in the place of Australia, I would have definitely thought of chasing these runs and had scored 60 runs in last 4 overs. We did not get success in taking the wicket and it was the turning point of the match.
You can't score 200 runs in every match. Expressing concern about bowling, Rohit Sharma said that before the next match, we need to focus on bowling. Let us tell you that Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave 52 runs in four overs without taking a wicket. At the same time, Harshal Patel took 49 runs in 4 overs with 1 wicket.