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Lots of areas for improvement, especially death bowling: Rohit Sharma IND vs AUS: Will Team India’s win survive? The captain gave a great reportAchi News

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India vs Australia 3rd T20I: After beating Australia 2-1 in the third and final T20I on Sunday, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said the contribution of different players with the ball and batting during the series was a positive side. Chasing Australia’s target of 187 runs, India scored half-centuries from Suryakumar Yadav (5 sixes, 5 fours off 36 balls), Virat Kohli (63 runs, 48 ​​balls, 4 sixes, 3 fours) and the 3rd century between the duo. 104 run partnership off the wicket, 187 for four with one ball to spare.

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India won the series

Earlier, half-centuries from Tim David (27 balls, 54 runs, 4 sixes, 2 fours) and Cameron Green (21 balls, 7 fours, 3 sixes) had made Australia 186 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. After registering a 6-wicket win in the third and final game, Rohit said it was a wonderful moment. We wanted to do well and we did. A huge positive was that different players contributed with the ball and the bat. You feel good as a team management when you sit back and watch all this.

Big report by Rohit Sharma

Sometimes you also make mistakes but that happens in T20 cricket because the scope of mistakes is very less,” said Rohit. He said, sometimes you do a lot of things wrong. This is T20 cricket and there is very little room for error. I thought we took advantage of the opportunity. Sometimes it doesn’t happen but that’s the lesson we accept.

Will Vijayarath of Indian team survive?

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Rohit said there is room for improvement in many areas, especially death over bowling. The Indian captain said, there are many areas (room for improvement), especially our death over bowling. Both (Harshal and Bumrah) are playing after long days. It is very difficult for them (Australia) to bowl to the middle and lower order. I don’t want to focus on it. Coming after the break, they take time to get into the rhythm.

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