Sunday, September 24

Venkatesh Prasad’s remark about Indian teamwork and his belief that people should not be blindsided by their favourite players.

The Indian team managed to score two goals in their T20I series against West Indies, but they came back from 0-2 down to 2-2 at the end of the 4th Tweeden. However, the 5th Test defeat left the team with similar issues and problems that they had previously faced in the first two matches. Critics have attacked the Indian on-field performance in what was a rare instance where they lost in these games. Venkatesh Prasad’s criticism of Hardik Pandya’S team showed that playing “backstage an illusion illusion.”

West Indies emerged victorious in the five-match series with a score of 3-2, thanks to Brandon King’s blistering 85 off 55 balls that set up an 18-over cakewalk. Prasad made inflammatory remarks on X, suggesting that the team had no appetite or enthusiasm and also took pity on skipper Hardik Pandya.

He wrote, “India’s skills need improvement. Their hunger and intensity are lacking; the captain was often clueless, and bowlers and batsmen were not skilled enough.”

The Indian team’s skills need to be enhanced as there is a lack of motivation and intensity, which can make bowlers and batsmen less adept at bowling.

Venkatesh Prasad (@venkatedhpras ) August 13, 2023, suggests that one should not be blindly follow the advice of those who are already favourite players.

“India has been a very ordinary limited overs team for some time, and they have been humbled by ‘a West Indies side that failed to qualify for the T20 WC… We also lost to Ban in the ODI series. Let’s hope they listen to us instead of saying stupid things,” Prasad tweeted.

India has been a typical limited overs team for some time, but the West Indies side’s failure to qualify for the T20 WC and lose their first ever ODI series have left them disappointed. It’ll be great to see more people questioning themselves about this.

“Indeed, West Indies did not qualify for the T20 World cup in October-No. He also mentioned that India’s poor performance and lack of effort led to their failure on the field is a shameful oversight.”

West Indies’ failure to qualify for the T20 World cup in October-November was not limited to their 50 overs.

India’s poor performance is being concealed by the process and culture, leaving us feeling empty without a hunger and passion.

Despite their impressive performance on a featherbed, the Indian batsmen, except for Suryakumar Yadav, who scored an impressive 61 off 45 balls, ended up with 165 runs instead of batting on another slower track.

Surya had to step up his game-making on a pitch where it was not easy to make strokes, but he still managed to hit four fours and three sixes with ease.

India’s nemesis, Nicholas Pooran, showed improved performance in his reply, but was outclassed by opener King, who scored 107 runs for the second wicket and put West Indies on course despite three weather delays.


With the assistance of PTI inputs.

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