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Indian captain admitted that Pakistan’s power play bowling left too much to catch up with them

After India suffered its first defeat to Pakistan in the World Cup and lost 10 wickets Virat Kohli He admitted that his side was exaggerated. In response to India’s 151-7, Pakistan rattled the target with two openers over 17.5. Babar Azam When Mohammad Lizwan, Hit the undefeated half a century.It was indian First 10 wickets defeated on T20I..

“they [Pakistan] Definitely surpassed us. “There is no doubt about it,” Kori said. “You can’t win with 10 wickets unless you outperform your opponents. We didn’t even get a chance-they are very professional. Being targeted, you definitely need to give them credit. We did our best and tried to put enough pressure on them, but they had the answer. The team is better than you. It’s not shameful to accept what you’ve played.

“If you step into the field as 11 players from either side, you’ll have an equal chance of winning the game, and there’s no guarantee that you’ll be there and win every match, but you won’t. That’s casual, isn’t it? So I thought I could do my best to get the situation a decent sum and put pressure on it, but I couldn’t get into the game at any stage. It’s definitely worth it. It’s a credit to the very strong end of the game and the inability to put pressure on them through the innings. “

Kori believes the dew was late at night, making it difficult to attack India. Early in the evening, Bavar chose to choose the bowl first because of concerns about dew.

“I wouldn’t say that [conditions] It got a lot harder, but when the pitch got a little better, we got off to a good start and started to feel confident in Chase, and that happened, “said Kori. After half of Pakistan’s innings, 10 overs, they were able to spin the strike. We couldn’t even put in a dot ball, as the pitch clearly provided a little more pace for the batter to work on. The slow ball didn’t hold up that much.

“So these little little factors make a big difference. As a team, we need to understand what the reality of the situation in the middle was. There, 20-25 additional runs would have been nice, but Great. I didn’t get these additional runs in the first 6 bowlings. I know exactly how the game went and where it failed, and it’s completely clear. It’s good to know where this failed. Work on it, fix it and move forward. There are still many matches in this tournament and if you stick to the process we follow, these I am confident that I can overcome my mistakes. “

India will then face New Zealand at the same venue on Sunday. Kori welcomed the week-long break and said it would help the team look back at the opening loss and fine-tune the plans for the rest of the tournament. Kori also expressed concern about the player’s burnout. Trying to cover up the cricket that lost to Covid-19 on the eve of the match. India has been particularly busy at home and outside with a variety of elastic biobubbles over the past year.

“I think it [the break] “I know I’m already playing a full-fledged season, so it’s working very well from every point of view,” Kori said. Participate in the United Arab Emirates and the World Cup. So for us, these big breaks definitely help us get into the best physical condition we need to play this high-intensity tournament as a team.

“The T20 World Cup has always been a high-intensity tournament. It helps us reorganize as a team to participate in practice sessions, do what we want to do, prepare with confidence and arrive that day. In addition, this time we will carry out the plan. With this preparation time, we are confident enough that we can come out again with a positive feeling. Therefore, for us as a team, personally. Says: That’s a good thing that’s happening. We have time to ponder and prepare again. “

Deivarayan Muthu is the Deputy Editor of ESPNcricinfo.

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