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“Just Not Good Enough”: Rohit Sharma’s Dull Response On India’s Fielding vs South Africa After Defeat


India vs South Africa: Half-centurion Aiden Markram was given two respites as Virat Kohli dropped a sitter in the deep and captain Rohit Sharma missed a clear run-out.


India lost to South Africa by 5 wickets at Perth on Sunday in a Group 2 match of the ICC T20 World Cup.

This is India’s most memorable loss of the tournament, subsequent to having beaten Pakistan and the Netherlands. The misfortune was a consequence of some incredible bowling by the South African pacers, who decreased India to 49/5 at a certain point.

Suryakumar Yadav’s 68 assisted India in coming to 133/9 and permitted the bowlers to make a match of it.


Arshdeep Singh’s twin strikes gave India the ideal beginning and things might have been exceptional assuming the Men dressed in Blue had clutched their possibilities and handled it better.

Half-centurion Aiden Markram was given two respites as Virat Kohli dropped a sitter in the deep and captain Rohit Sharma missed a clear run-out.


There were a few different events when the Indian defenders were found needing in the deep as the team of Markram and David Mill operator took pairs.


Talking after the finish of the match Rohit Sharma acknowledged that it was a dreary presentation in the field from his group.


“Be that as it may, we were not good enough on the field. We have played in such circumstances so conditions are not a reason. We need to be steady in that area. We were unable to clutch our possibilities, we misses a couple of run-outs including myself,” Rohit said.


He likewise said made sense why he gave Ashwin the eighteenth over of the innings.


” I have seen what occurred at the last with the spinners. So I needed to wrap up with Ashwin before the last finished. I needed to see that the seamers bowl the right overs. Given the new player came in, it was the ideal time for Ashwin to bowl,” Rohit made sense of.


South Africa is presently top of Group 2 with 5 places. India and Bangladesh are second and third separately, with net run-rate isolating the two.

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