IND Vs SA Test Series: Daryll Cullinan Reaction On Team Indias' Series Loss To South Africa After Taking Lead

IND Vs SA Test Series: Daryll Cullinan Reaction On Team Indias’ Series Loss To South Africa After Taking Lead


IND vs SA Test Series: Former South African cricketer Daryl Cullinan has stated that the worst factor for Team India was that they gained the primary Test. He stated, after the victory in Centurion, the Indian group had a false feeling of profitable the sequence and this prompted the Indian group to undergo additional within the sequence.

Team India gained the primary match of this three-Test sequence towards South Africa in Centurion. This was the primary win by an Asian group in Centurion. After this victory, the gamers of Team India had been seen dancing and singing from the sphere to the resort. After this, many images and movies had been additionally revealed celebrating the New Year of the gamers. Cullinan’s remarks appear to be considerably associated to such celebrations within the sequence amongst Indian gamers.

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Cullinan says, ‘Perhaps the worst factor for the Indian group was from the batting perspective. After profitable the primary match, they felt that that they had reached their vacation spot however South Africa made an exquisite comeback. South African bowlers modified their bowling lengths for Indian batsmen after the primary Test. Indian batsmen performed properly in Australia however right here they grew to become uncomfortable because of motion and bounce.

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On Indian bowling, Cullinan stated, ‘There was no consistency in Indian bowling. Shami was advantageous however we noticed Bumrah. He was anticipated to bowl higher on the wicket of the Wanderers however he didn’t get any wicket within the second innings. The lack of consistency in efficiency is the entire story of the victory and defeat of this three-Test sequence.

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