Saurav Ganguly slams Ravi shastri and sanjay bangar for series loss in England

Saurav Ganguly slams Ravi shastri and sanjay bangar for series loss in England
Written by Abhishek Lohia

With the criticism of Team India’s defeat in the Test series in England, the analysis of the reasons has begun. In this regard, the important statement of former India captain Sourav Ganguly has come out. Sourav Ganguly believes that the batting level of Team India has come down substantially, and chief coach Ravi Shastri and batting coach Sanjay Bangar are responsible for this. Sourav believes that only batsmen are not responsible for the Indian batting on foreign pitches. For these results, batting coach Sanjay Bangar, along with Chief coach Ravi Shastri, should also take responsibility for why Virat Kohli is performing well but the rest of the batsmen are turning back. “Until such questions can be answered, it will be impossible to win the series in all the three foreign pitches (England, Australia, and South Africa), he added. ”

Sourav believes that India’s batting order is not making runs since long. They have lost every series abroad since 2011. When Virat scored runs, it seems he is playing with different bowlers. On the other hand, the other batsmen play with some other type of bowlers. I think the players’ batting level has dropped considerably. “

Team India batsmen failed to chase only 194 runs in the first test and lost the Test by 31 runs. In the second Test, the team’s condition was even worse when they faced an innings and 159 defeat in this match. India’s first match of the series was lost by only 31 runs. In the second Test, which was played at Lord’s, Team India had to face defeat by an innings and 159 runs. In the third test match, Team India made a great comeback and won the match by203 runs. Once again in the fourth Test match, Team India’s batting weakness came in and the team lost the test series in England.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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