Captain Mitali Raj on Sunday, it said the time had come for India’s women’s team to think beyond longtime and overworked Julan Goswami, preparing the young bowlers for the future.
Raj blamed both Vata and bowling for India’s face-off show in the first ODI against England on Sunday, which visitors lost by eight cassettes to falling 0-1 in a three-match streak.
Sent on a bat, India played 181 balls to post a modest 201 for eight, which England chased with 91 balls to save.
“Yes, we need to look at this aspect and keep turning on the hit,” Raj told the balls during the post-match virtual press conference.
“We need our top 5 tests to get tracks. We also need to understand that tailors in England are very experienced. They know how to bathe in their conditions.”
She said the boilers on her side seams were not up to standard.
“It puts pressure (on the opposition) if we can get early leashes. If we don’t get leashes from the seamstresses, it puts pressure on the rotating machines.
“So we need to prepare fast bowling other than Julian. They need to learn how to understand the conditions and swim well,” she added.
Raj made patient 72 of the 108 balls to help India cross the 200-mile mark after the early dismissals of opening Verfa scaffolds (15) and Die Mandhana (10).
But her knocking was not enough, as the Indian fighters failed to turn the blow and find boundaries to speed up the result.
“Our wadding tail has to shoot at some point.
“Over the years, it’s much more convenient to chase than to publish goals. We have to work on that, we have to know how to get 250,” she said.
“But we just can’t explode and lose the door. We need to know when to push the acceleration and how to achieve it.”
Hinting that there may be several changes in the lineup of the eleven players in the second ODI, Raj said the team’s leadership should also support the players side by side.
“It’s important to support players, especially those who have done well in the past. Sometimes it’s gambling to play players with a kick. But we have to support players to support them, given the World Cup.
“Apart from the captain, the coach and the support staff, the coaches also play a big role in this and we are in constant contact with them,” she said.
“We’ll definitely look at the composition, a little shuffling in the order of the wadding to get across the line.”
The captain said that standing in the twilight of her career, it is her duty to prepare her deputy and future stars of the team.
“… as for the finishers, we obviously don’t have players for this slot who have scored tracks on an internal level. We need to prepare someone who shows potential in this area.
“I have most of my tracks in slot № 3, but it’s important to get beaters in this slot. We need to have beaters who can win runs. I won’t be playing long, so it’s my duty to take care of the players , “Mithali said of her decision to refuse the order number 4 from her favorite slot # 3.