Explained: 5 reasons for the defeat against New Zealand, know where Indian Ranbankure failed

New Zealand defeated India by 8 wickets in the crucial match played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday in the ICC T20 World Cup on the basis of the brilliant innings of Daryl Mitchell (49). This is India’s second consecutive defeat in the tournament. Electing to bat after losing the toss, the Indian team scored 110 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs. At the same time, New Zealand’s team, chasing 111 runs, completed the target in 14.3 overs.

could not implement the strategy

The Indian team sent Ishan Kishan, who came in place of injured Suryakumar Yadav, to open in place of Rohit, but the idea was a flop. Ishan Kishan became the victim of Trent Boult after scoring 4 runs. Shardul Thakur was included in the team in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar to get depth in the batting, but it did not happen. Shardul Thakur could not do any wonders with the bat and was dismissed without opening an account. Even during the bowling, the bowlers did not look very lethal. If seen, there was no life in the Indian strategy and the players were far away from implementing the plan.

Along with the openers, the middle order was also messed up.

Barring Virat Kohli, no batsman had done anything special against Pakistan. Here he too failed. KL Rahul (18), Ishan Kishan (4), Rohit Sharma (14), Virat Kohli (9) and Rishabh Pant (12 runs in 19 balls) failed miserably. Had Hardik Pandya (23 off 24 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja (26 not out off 19 balls) scored runs, the score would have been far less than 100.

Trent Boult and Ish Sodhi spoil the game

Even before the match, it was discussed that the left arm fast bowler is the most dangerous for India. In the match against Pakistan also, Shaheen Afridi took India on the backfoot by taking 3 big wickets. Here was Trent Boult, who turned out to be a headache. He dismissed Ishaan Kishan, Hardik Pandya and Shardul Thakur. On the other hand, Ish Sodhi of Indian origin picked up important wickets of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. He was adjudged man of the match.

All bowlers misled except Bumrah

If you have a low score on your scoreboard, you have to skimp on not only spending runs, but also taking wickets. Varuna Chakraborty, who is called the mystery spinner, was given the first over under the same plan, but this plan also did not succeed. The pressure could have been built up after Guptill was dismissed, but nothing extra seemed to happen. Shami 17 in one over, Jadeja 23 in two overs, Hardik 17 in two overs and Varun Chakraborty spent 23 runs in 4 overs. The two wickets that fell went to Bumrah’s account.

The credit for the victory also goes to the Kiwi batsman.

There is no doubt that the New Zealand bowlers performed amazingly, but where the Indian batsmen failed, Martin Guptill (20), Derry Mitchell (49) and captain Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 33 off 31 balls to give India a defeat. forced.


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