The leader of the Indian women’s team, Julan Goswami, attributes the loss of eight weekends to England in the first ODI to the lack of playing time.
The 38-year-old, who chose one for 25 in her six overs, and her fellow rhythms, Shikha Pandi and Puja Vastrakar, failed to make early and regular dents on cotton wool in England. The spinners were even more frustrating as they gave races with over six over.
“It’s just that our bowling, especially the middle rhythm, didn’t shoot properly, so things look a bit wayward, but I’m sure we all have a lot of talent and we’ll be back a lot” Jullan told the media before the second ODI on Wednesday.
The right-handed bowling alley, which represented India in 187 women’s ODIs, said the bowling group would return strongly on Wednesday.
“You have to trust these players, they have the ability. In the past, they did very well. They just come back after a long cut in international cricket. So they will come back strong and like bowling, we will come back strong,” he added. she.
Julian also said that the highest and middle order Indian tests would come in handy. In the first ODI, only the skipper Mitali Raj managed to score something remarkable by making 72.
“Well, this is just the first game. It was yesterday [Shafali Varma] debut, you can’t expect so much from her. This is the impact it has had.
“They [Punam Raut, Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur] I just need a good knock among them. Then we will definitely be on a great platform. These things happen in cricket. “