Freddie Wilde Highlighted How India’s Poor Run In T20 WC Can Be A Good Thing In Long-Run: The Indian cricket team has been receiving criticism from all the corners after they suffered their second consecutive loss in the 2021 T20 World Cup on Sunday. From criticizing the team selection to criticizing the poor batting show, fans on social media were seemingly extremely upset after team India registered their second loss of the tournament.
It was surprising to watch Rohit Sharma not walking out to open the innings for team India. Ishan Kishan and KL Rahul walked out to open the innings for India.
After India was asked to bat first, the Kiwi bowlers set up their win with a phenomenal display. Their brilliant bowling performances led to another batting collapse of the Indian Cricket team after registering a paltry 110/7 in the first innings.
Not a single player from the team was able to touch the 30-run marks. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja turned out to be the top scorer with 26 not out. Later, the Kiwi batters took care of the rest by showcasing ruthless batting skills in the chase as they reached the target with seven overs to spare.
While India is getting badly slammed on social media for their poor performance, on the other hand, Freddie Wilde, a renowned cricket analyst at CricViz took to Twitter and wrote a very interesting tweet following India’s defeat by New Zealand. Freddie Wilde came up with a very sensible perspective on India’s disastrous run in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021.
In his tweet, Freddie Wilde highlighted the fact that team India is a lot better team than what they have been in the ongoing tournament. He also stated that if this poor run encourages the team to modernize their T20 batting, then this result can be a good thing in the long run. He wrote:
“#IND are a good T20 team & better than the one we’ve seen in the #T20WorldCup but if this encourages them to modernise their T20 batting by being more aggressive & nailing things such as match-ups, role clarity & stability – then this result can be a good thing in the long-run.”
Here, check out the Tweet:
#IND are a good T20 team & better than the one we’ve seen in the #T20WorldCup but if this encourages them to modernise their T20 batting by being more aggressive & nailing things such as match-ups, role clarity & stability – then this result can be a good thing in the long-run.
— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) October 31, 2021