IND v. ENG: Virat Kohli’s overall strategies are difficult to understand, says Sanjay Manjekar

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Picture of a Virat Koli file (left) with Washington Sundar.

With accumulation of pressure They grow kohli after leading India in four back-to-back losses in test matches, the Indian skipper is now accused of blunders in making decisions during matches. And former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjakar thought Collie’s tactical decisions and team selection were in place during England’s recently lost first test, but he was far from impressed by the 32-year-old captain’s overall strategies.

“I would not say that India had bad tactics or was wrong in terms of tactics. The selection of the team seems fair to me. People talk about it. Kuldeep yadav now because Shahbaz Nadeem has not bowled well. It was a specially made playground for him, “Manjekar told Espncricinfo.

The former batsman in Mumbai cited a case in which he found spinner Washington Sundar, who had a poor exit with the ball during the match, bowling the wrong line.

“Tactically, the little parts of the game where Washington Sundar I think started with the wrong line. He’s a great guy who has to bow out of the stump, and when he does, it worries opposition batsmen. That’s where Virat Koli is. a little difficult to understand, with its overall strategy and team selection, “he said.

Manjacar felt that England seemed far better prepared for the game, even though it was a visiting country.

“His first few spent (Nadeem), he had two people on the move. Maybe the bowlers weren’t allowed to start arguing on the field he wanted.

“But more than tactics, India’s capabilities in this match were not enough and they would like to improve in the second test. Tactically England was better, but I will not say that India is wrong tactically,” added Manjakar.



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