Dinesh Karthik raises questions on consistent top-order failures- How is it that India is backing these players?
The highlights from the Indore Test show how the Indian team struggled to keep their consistent performance from top batters in the match. KL Rahul was felled after low scores string and replaced by shubham gill to partner captain Rohit Sharma as an opener for the 3rd test, but the problems still occur.
Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, and Shreyas Iyer are not able to perform at the specific level they are called. At again time, it was the lower order that bailed India out, but it also failed in the Indore test as the result of nine wickets thrashing. Dinesh Karthik says that the pitches that come for the Border Gavaskar Trophy are not easy for players to bat on, and the Indian team must have prepared to consider this. We are unable to hide from the fact that the top seven batters if the India team has not gotten the scores that they would like. Here we talk about the collapse coming in consistency. Does batting become tough on the pitch? Yes, definitely in most cases. But in the team, they are required to be should be selected. It means they are required to back themselves on them. They are able to do it. The number of players in isolation played on difficult pitches and succeeded, but playing international cricket is a different type of ball game, said Karthik. When you reach this level number of times, you come with so many doubts, and it lowers your confidence. So, there is a need to do hard work, said Karthik. Karthik is one who performs the commentary duties in the coming Test series and also determines how Indian batters found the facing spinners in the form of challenging prospects and made the defeat clear of the opposing team.