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IND vs BAN: Sunil Gavaskar questions India’s slip-fielding strategy because of Virat Kohli’s mistake

IND vs BAN: As Virat Kohli makes slip-catching mistakes in the second Test against Bangladesh, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar questions India’s slip-fielding strategy.

Saturday, the third day of the second Test between India and Bangladesh saw some poor fielding by Indian players. In Mirpur, Bangladesh set India a target of 145 runs. In the second innings, the hosts scored 231 runs, led by Litton (73) who scored the most for them.

Litton was fortunate in an innings in which Kohli dropped him twice, once off Axar Patel and once off Ravichandran Ashwin. The two of them were extreme possibilities. He stood guard at the slips. Sunil Gavaskar, a former captain of India, was not impressed at all by Team India’s slip-catching strategy.


Gavaskar said while commentating for true telecasters Sony Sports Organization how Indians don’t “hunch low for spinners. With their hands on their knees, they stand too high.

It’s surprising that their coach is Rahul Dravid, who is probably the only Indian with more than 200 catches and is a great catcher…” The legendary batter also didn’t like the idea of sending Axar Patel at No. 1 ahead of Virat Kohli. 4. At stumps, India was at 45/4, with Kohli out.


IND vs BAN: It does not send Kohli any positive signals. to the best batsman in the world, you bat down. Except if Kohli himself requested it; then things are different. We have no idea what transpired in the changing room. However, it’s hard to comprehend.

Naturally, Axar has performed admirably,” Gavaskar stated.


“Rishabh Pant should bat next tomorrow, regardless of whether he is a left-hander or not. Put an end to this left-right experiment.


After a comfortable victory in the first Test, India now holds a 1-0 lead in the two-match series against them.

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