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What is your review of India\'s overall performance in T20I cricket in 2019?

What is your review of India's overall performance in T20I cricket in 2019?

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good review

  • Dax Percy 2020-08-13 17:12:45 rate(0)

    In 2019 , India never play with full strength squad then how we can review.

    Over all perfomance of team is good but India always lacking Muscles power in the end of innings.

    there are many all-rounder in India but they never played as all-rounder mostly.

    remember last all-rounder who become man of the match.


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  • Damian Whalen 2020-08-13 17:12:17 rate(0)

    In my opinion, it has been shaky. India have had an outstanding year in terms of winning series’ across all the formats of the game, but somewhere down the line, they haven’t been able to dominate the opposition completely. Call it their generosity or their complacency, but it seems as though India have been gifting matches to the opposition to make the contest a one which is exciting and fairly contested. Moreover, India have had issues with their opening and their finishing, but surprisingly, their middle-order seems to have performed well, courtesy Shreyas Iyer and Manish Pandey. India’s left-right hand opening combination needs to take a break for some time and it’s time KL Rahul joined Rohit Sharma as the opener for the T20I’s, Rishabh Pant too has been inconsistent with both bat and glove and needs to hone his skills a lot more than expected. They also need to look for an all-rounder who can be a lot more consistent with his performances just like Ben Stokes is at the moment.

    Coming to their bowling, it has been a fairly good year for the Men in Blue with Deepak Chahar and Washington Sundar having a phenomenal year with the white cherry. However, dropping the leg-spinners has dropped their confidence levels which has made their rustiness visible. They have enough backup of pacers. It’s the spin department that needs a lot more experimentation and options to choose from.

    India’s fielding has been terrible, to say the least. They have dropped some absolute sitters out there and it seems as though their fielders coat their fingers with grease before stepping onto the field. It's quite a shock for a team to be led by a fielder as dynamic as Virat Kohli. If they can tighten their grip on the fielding, they can probably chase lesser totals in the forthcoming series’.

    Overall it was 7/10.


  • Jack Abkarian 2020-08-13 17:11:06 rate(0)

    In my opinion, it has been shaky.

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    India have had an outstanding year in terms of winning series’ across all the formats of the game, but somewhere down the line, they haven’t been able to dominate the opposition completely. Call it their generosity or their complacency, but it seems as though India have been gifting matches to the opposition to make the contest a one which is exciting and fairly contested. Moreover, India have had issues with their opening and their finishing, but surprisingly, their middle-order seems to have performed well, courtesy Shreyas Iyer and Manish Pandey. India’s left-right hand opening combination needs to take a break for some time and it’s time KL Rahul joined Rohit Sharma as the opener for the T20I’s, Rishabh Pant too has been inconsistent with both bat and glove and needs to hone his skills a lot more than expected. They also need to look for an all-rounder who can be a lot more consistent with his performances just like Ben Stokes is at the moment.

    Coming to their bowling, it has been a fairly good year for the Men in Blue with Deepak Chahar and Washington Sundar having a phenomenal year with the white cherry. However, dropping the leg-spinners has dropped their confidence levels which has made their rustiness visible. They have enough backup of pacers. It’s the spin department that needs a lot more experimentation and options to choose from.

    India’s fielding has been terrible, to say the least. They have dropped some absolute sitters out there and it seems as though their fielders coat their fingers with grease before stepping onto the field. It's quite a shock for a team to be led by a fielder as dynamic as Virat Kohli. If they can tighten their grip on the fielding, they can probably chase lesser totals in the forthcoming series’.

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    Overall, I’ll rate their performance in 2019 as a 7.5/10.


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