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Team India led by Rohit Sharma ran through a disappointing exit in the recently-concluded eighth edition of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.

The Men in Blue topped the Group 2 points table securing four wins and rightly so, they collected eight points, more than any other team in the tournament.

Nonetheless, they failed to pull off the trigger in the semi-final clash against the England cricket team. Jos Buttler and Co won the game by 10 wickets.

In the wake of India’s exit from the T20 World Cup, there were talks surrounding the future of senior players’ with regards to Twenty20 Internationals.

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022
Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

A report added that the senior players including the likes of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will not feature in the shortest format from now.

The report further added that the senior cricketers would concentrate playing the One-Day Internationals, keeping the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 in mind.

READ MORE: “MS Dhoni Taught Me To Stay Neutral,” Ruturaj Gaikwad Recalls MS Dhoni’s Brilliant Advice When Things Weren’t Going Well

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer, Aakash Chopra identified the major problem of Rohit Sharma and Co in the wake of T20 World Cup 2022.

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The cricket expert had recalled how batting legends including the likes of Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to aid strike bowlers of the Indian cricket team during their heydays.

“Why do our batters don’t bowl? The likes of Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to bowl but now no one bowls. The batters have completely stopped bowling in the nets, they either bat or field and then they leave. So it is a big problem,” Chopra said on his YouTube channel.

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The cricket analyst further explained why the Men in Blue are finding it tough to produce part-time bowlers. “Now the Indian team takes four net bowlers along with them everywhere and then there are two who throw with the side-arm.

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“So the bowlers’ batting is improving because they bat against the side-armers, both the batters and bowlers are doing the same thing,” he added.

Meanwhile, Team India are gearing up for the third and final ODI against New Zealand. The series decider will kick off on November 30, Wednesday.

READ MORE: Reetinder Sodhi Slams Team India’s Fast Bowlers’ Fitness, Says ‘At One Point Of Time The Pool Was So Big’

Team India led by Rohit Sharma ran through a disappointing exit in the recently-concluded eighth edition of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.

The Men in Blue topped the Group 2 points table securing four wins and rightly so, they collected eight points, more than any other team in the tournament.

Nonetheless, they failed to pull off the trigger in the semi-final clash against the England cricket team. Jos Buttler and Co won the game by 10 wickets.

In the wake of India’s exit from the T20 World Cup, there were talks surrounding the future of senior players’ with regards to Twenty20 Internationals.

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022
Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

A report added that the senior players including the likes of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will not feature in the shortest format from now.

The report further added that the senior cricketers would concentrate playing the One-Day Internationals, keeping the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 in mind.

READ MORE: “MS Dhoni Taught Me To Stay Neutral,” Ruturaj Gaikwad Recalls MS Dhoni’s Brilliant Advice When Things Weren’t Going Well

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer, Aakash Chopra identified the major problem of Rohit Sharma and Co in the wake of T20 World Cup 2022.

The cricket expert had recalled how batting legends including the likes of Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to aid strike bowlers of the Indian cricket team during their heydays.

“Why do our batters don’t bowl? The likes of Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to bowl but now no one bowls. The batters have completely stopped bowling in the nets, they either bat or field and then they leave. So it is a big problem,” Chopra said on his YouTube channel.

The cricket analyst further explained why the Men in Blue are finding it tough to produce part-time bowlers. “Now the Indian team takes four net bowlers along with them everywhere and then there are two who throw with the side-arm.

“So the bowlers’ batting is improving because they bat against the side-armers, both the batters and bowlers are doing the same thing,” he added.

Meanwhile, Team India are gearing up for the third and final ODI against New Zealand. The series decider will kick off on November 30, Wednesday.

READ MORE: Reetinder Sodhi Slams Team India’s Fast Bowlers’ Fitness, Says ‘At One Point Of Time The Pool Was So Big’

Team India led by Rohit Sharma ran through a disappointing exit in the recently-concluded eighth edition of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.

The Men in Blue topped the Group 2 points table securing four wins and rightly so, they collected eight points, more than any other team in the tournament.

Nonetheless, they failed to pull off the trigger in the semi-final clash against the England cricket team. Jos Buttler and Co won the game by 10 wickets.

In the wake of India’s exit from the T20 World Cup, there were talks surrounding the future of senior players’ with regards to Twenty20 Internationals.

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022
Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

A report added that the senior players including the likes of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will not feature in the shortest format from now.

The report further added that the senior cricketers would concentrate playing the One-Day Internationals, keeping the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 in mind.

READ MORE: “MS Dhoni Taught Me To Stay Neutral,” Ruturaj Gaikwad Recalls MS Dhoni’s Brilliant Advice When Things Weren’t Going Well

Aakash Chopra Identifies Major Problem Of Rohit Sharma And Co After T20 World Cup 2022

Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer, Aakash Chopra identified the major problem of Rohit Sharma and Co in the wake of T20 World Cup 2022.

The cricket expert had recalled how batting legends including the likes of Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to aid strike bowlers of the Indian cricket team during their heydays.

“Why do our batters don’t bowl? The likes of Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar used to bowl but now no one bowls. The batters have completely stopped bowling in the nets, they either bat or field and then they leave. So it is a big problem,” Chopra said on his YouTube channel.

The cricket analyst further explained why the Men in Blue are finding it tough to produce part-time bowlers. “Now the Indian team takes four net bowlers along with them everywhere and then there are two who throw with the side-arm.

“So the bowlers’ batting is improving because they bat against the side-armers, both the batters and bowlers are doing the same thing,” he added.

Meanwhile, Team India are gearing up for the third and final ODI against New Zealand. The series decider will kick off on November 30, Wednesday.

READ MORE: Reetinder Sodhi Slams Team India’s Fast Bowlers’ Fitness, Says ‘At One Point Of Time The Pool Was So Big’

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