Would like to know which analyst said that Rohit has to decide the way to bowl short: Hussain

Despite India’s fast bowlers showing that the pitch helped them enough, the England pacers never used that intelligence to their advantage and continued to bowl short deliveries to Sharma, resulting in him losing all his five. Sixes and four out of four sixes hit. Seven fours through pull and hook at fine leg, square leg and long leg.

Sharma got the boundary with ease through his bread-and-butter shots and smashed nine boundaries from fine leg to mid-wicket arc to help the Indian captain in a 10-wicket loss to former England captain Nasser Hussain in the first. Inspired to question the bowling plan. ODIs on Tuesday at The Oval.

“I know England were chasing this game but they bowled drive balls that Dhawan could have scored four with his eyes closed and short balls to Rohit which he could have hit six with his eyes closed. I want to know I know what analyst bowled. Told.

Hussain further questioned England as to who would be their fast bowling leader with the ball in white-ball cricket, especially with the Men’s T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November, followed by the ODI World Cup in India. . year.

“With the ball, players like Jofra Archer, Mark Wood and Chris Woakes are not there right now. Also, who’s going to play Liam Plunkett? I think he still has two excellent guys with Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali There are spinners but in the seam department they will have to find out very quickly who will be their most valuable and fit seamers in Australia (in the T20 World Cup later this year).

“It’s not even express pace. Josh Hazlewood has been one of the best T20 bowlers of late. He’s not always 90 mph but he bowls a heavy length that hits the joint of the bat. Hence the look. Keep Woakes and Richard Gleason. It’s about saying to the batsman ‘You have to make something special to take me away’.”

Hussain refused to be overly critical of England’s batting, crediting India for bowling the hosts out for 110. “I don’t think you can criticize England’s batsmen excessively. Sometimes you just have to say it’s great bowling. It was tough. Work but it’s considered hard work. It’s the highest level.” And for batsmen all the time is not considered a walk in the park.

“Tuesday was a bowler’s day and England’s batsmen were found to be weak – but it’s not the time to panic at all. I won’t panic about the batting line-up. I know it’s an all out after 110 Strange to say after being there but he has a lot of batting which will get him runs in T20s and ODIs, so many options.”

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