Gautam Gambhir once again train guns at Indian Skipper Virat Kohli

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

30th Nov, 2020. 10:12 am
Gautam Gambhir

Former Indian Batsman Gautam Gambhir has once again trained guns at Skipper Virat Kohli after India suffered back to back losses against Australia in ODI series at Sydney Cricket Ground.

According to the details, India failed to chase the target of Massive 390 runs on the board put by hosts and finished their innings at 338/9.

Gambhir while questioning the captaincy of Kohli said:

 “I can’t understand the captaincy to be honest. We kept talking about how important is to take wickets upfront if we have to stop this kind of batting line-up and then you make your premier bowler bowl two overs. Normally, in a One Day game probably there are three spells of 4-3-3 overs. Or probably the maximum is four overs,”

Gambhir continued:

 I can’t understand that kind of captaincy. I probably can’t even explain that captaincy. It is not T20 cricket. I probably can’t understand the reason to be honest because that was poor captaincy.”

Earlier Gautam Gambhir criticized the selection committee for not having a sixth bowling option that resulted in the soppy performance of the Indian team against Australia.  “It’s been happening since what… the last World Cup. If Hardik Pandya is not fit, where is your sixth bowling option?”

Let it be known that Australia defeated India in the first match of the ODI series with 66 runs after putting a target of 375 onboard.

Match Schedule 

Dec 02, Wed Australia vs India, 3rd ODI
Manuka Oval, Canberra

Dec 04, Fri Australia vs India, 1st T20I
Manuka Oval, Canberra

Dec 06, Sun Australia vs India, 2nd T20I
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Dec 08, Tue Australia vs India, 3rd T20I
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Dec 17, Thu – Dec 21, MonAustralia vs India, 1st Test
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Dec 26, Sat – Dec 30, Wed Australia vs India, 2nd Test
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Jan 07, Thu – Jan 11, Mon Australia vs India, 3rd Test
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Jan 15, Fri – Jan 19, Tue Australia vs India, 4th Test
The Gabba, Brisbane

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