India didn’t play well against Pakistan and New Zealand in the ICC T20 World Cup. Instead of accepting the reality, Team India bowling coach, Bharat Arun, blamed the toss factor for the below-par display. In a press conference, he was asked about the reason behind the Virat Kohli-led team’s sluggish performance. Replying to a question, he said losing a toss in the first two matches impacted India’s performance.
Meanwhile, Indian bowling coach Bharat Arun came to the Presser, saying Toss was the biggest detriment to Indian team’s performance this World Cup…
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Meanwhile, after losing the two games, India made an exceptional comeback and thumped Afghanistan and Scotland in one-sided encounters. India’s hopes depend on the result of the ongoing match between Afghanistan and New Zealand. If the Mohammad Nabi-led team defeats the Kiwis, India will easily qualify for the semi-finals but if the Kane Williamson-led New Zealand beat the sub-continent team, Virat Kohli & Co. are heading home after playing against Namibia.