Previous Indian opener Virender Sehwag was not very content with the way the Indian batsmen took care of the spinners in the match against West Indies. The batting request slowed down against Afghanistan as well and this did not awe the previous Indian captain who accepted that the batsmen were excessively guarded against the spinners.
"Rashid Khan had gone for 25 out of 4 overs, gave away just 13 in his next 6 and today Fabian Allen had given 34 out of 5 overs, just 18 in next 5. Can't be so guarded against the spinners," Sehwag tweeted.
In the progressing match among India and West Indies, the previous won the hurl and picked to bat first. The Men dressed in Blue continued losing wickets at ordinary interims which constrained the group to be in a guarded outlook.
Indians are accepted to be great players against the spinners however their methodology against Windies spinner Fabien Allen was somewhat difficult to process.
Allen yielded 34 keeps running from his initial five overs, yet in his second spell he had the option to stall the Indian batsman and he just went for 18 keeps running in his subsequent spell.
The Indian group confronted analysis for their methodology against Afghanistan in their last match. Both Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni experienced harsh criticism for not turning the negative mark against Afghan spinners and simply playing spot balls which brought about the Men dressed in Blue's worse than average score against Afghanistan.
In the match among India and West Indies, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni guided India to a score of 268 keeps running for the loss of seven wickets in the apportioned fifty overs.
Kohli played a thump of 72 runs though Dhoni stayed unbeaten on 56. Kemar Roach took the most extreme wickets for West Indies as he scalped three wickets.
In the event that India proceeds to win their match against West Indies, they will have 11 points from six points and they will in all likelihood be through to the thump out phase of the competition.
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