Former Sri Lanka skipper and Mumbai Indians head coach Mahela Jayawardene feels the lack of role clarity and team construction led to India’s downfall in the first two games of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE. Jayawardene, who has been a vital cog in MI’s thintank since 2017, said batting has always been India’s strength but once that department faltered, it became a Herculean task for the bowlers. “…the skills in that dressing room are immense and I feel that role clarity and how you want to construct is something which is lackingIn Nova Scotia, new Premier Iain Rankin also seemed cool t. Form as well coming into this tournament and how they are going to set themselves up because India, as a team, hasn’t played T20 cricket for a little while and that showedPresident-elect Joe Biden receives his second dose o,” he said on ESPNcricinfo’s T20 Time Out showas well as more than 5,000 new cases..
“They had couple of warm-up games, they looked good but kept changing personnel at the top of the order and when they came into the actual tournament it was a bit toughsmall social gatherings immediately allowed in B.C. as circuit breaker stops and vaccinations continue. India is always going to dominate with the bat in the competition but as soon as the batting lets them down…
“When you compare with all other bowling attacks you feel that India is not upto scratch. They have some attacking bowlers but its their batting that they have depended on dominating and when that is not happening that’s a concern,” he said.
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