Rohit Sharma: Innings like Shreyas Iyer needed on a pitch like Indore

India captain Rohit Sharma remarked that everyone on the team should have played counter-attacking cricket, similar to what Shreyas Iyer did in the second innings of the match, after India lost to Australia of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

The batsman, who was born in Bombay, further stated that during the fourth Test at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium, someone needed to step up and challenge the bowlers. Rohit stated that little cameos are now not working well and he wants his teammates to contribute more with that bat.

You need an innings like Shreyas Iyer while playing on pitches like these. Someone must take the initiative and defeat the bowlers. It’s unlikely that the hitters will always succeed.You must play cameos like that to earn 100 runs, 90 runs, or 80 runs, Rohit told the press.

We made some terrible shots and didn’t put in enough effort. Rohit India’s batting performance in both of the innings in thethey were run out for 109 and 163 in the first and second innings of the third Test. Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer both got off to good starts, but they were unable to capitalise. KS Bharat and Ravindra Jadeja, on the other hand, were rather pale. Rohit mentioned the same thing, saying that they made some bad shots and needed to focus more in the middle.

None of the innings went as we would have liked. There didn’t seem to be anything going on even in the opening innings. If you considered every dismissal, we performed terribly. Out of the 10 wickets in the first innings, perhaps one or two were taken because the pitch slightly aided the bowler. OtherAfter that, it was up to the bowler’s skill to trap the batsman and dismiss the batters. We also made some terrible photographs. put in enough effort Rohit said.

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