Indian skipper They grow kohli was also unhappy with the awards for man of the match and man of the series, saying they should have been awarded to Shardul Thakur (4/67 and 30 of 21 balls) and Bhuvneshwar kumar (6 straps in three games and an economy rate of 4.65) respectively. Johnny Beirstov was named the man of the series, and Sam Quran was the man of the match.
“I am surprised that Shardul was not the man of the match and Bhuvi (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) was not the man of the series. These guys were the difference in average shots and power play. Much credit for their bowling conditions,” he added.
The 32-year-old said he was impressed by the depth of the cotton wool in India.
“Death over cotton was extremely good. If the first three can get a hundred, then we can get results of the order of 370 and 380. This victory was sweet because it is against the best team in the world.”
After winning a highly contested series against England, Collie questioned the match schedule and hoped the authorities would consider it.
“The timetable needs to be considered in the future, [especially] in these times. Because playing in bio-bubbles will be difficult and not everyone can have the same mental capacity all the time. I am sure that things will be discussed in the future, “said the Indian skipper, after he led his team to a 2-1 victory in the ODI series on Sunday, which limited the exhausting international calendar for his boys.
Immediately after the Indian Premier League T20 tournament, which ended last November in the UAE, India was busy in full series with leading international countries – Australia (away) and England (home).
They have played eight test matches, six ODIs and six T20 Internationals.
This year the test matches and T20 Internationals had to be given importance as there is a final of the World Test Championship which India will play in June as well as the T20 World Cup here in India in October-November.
ODI matches turn out to be unnecessary interference.