Team India suffered a 0–three defeat within the ODI sequence. This ought to disappoint the followers, however the staff spinner believes that Team India must see a constructive facet from this sequence. On Tuesday, Team India had been defeated by 5 wickets within the final ODI, which helped New Zealand sweep the Indian staff.
In the post-match press convention, Chahal stated, "If you see, only the fourth or fifth series has been defeated in the last 4-5 years. The rest of the teams have also come here to play. You can't win every match. We won a series and lost one, there is no need to be so serious. "
Prior to this ODI sequence, Team India had received 5-Zero within the T20 sequence towards New Zealand. <! –
In all the tour, KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer strengthened the center order. At the identical time, Team India additionally tried their new opening pair Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal. This is likely one of the few sequence through which each Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan weren’t there.
Chahal stated, “Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal got here within the staff. Here the youth acquired an opportunity to play exterior the nation. Playing in New Zealand isn’t simple. But if we see it was solely sooner or later sequence. We received 5-Zero within the T20 sequence, that too for the primary time, it was a very good factor for us. "
Regarding KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer, Chahal stated, "You can see their confidence. They are 25-26 years old and are batting with maturity. They understand Dasha well. Batting in the middle overs. It is not easy when the spinners are bowling. Rahul has also batted in the higher order. So it only shows his maturity that he knows what the team needs. He swept this series. Be shown brilliantly game. So we should praise him. "
Regarding fielding within the ODI sequence, Chahal stated, "Bad fielding happens sometimes. One in ten series happens once. We have time for the next ODI series. We have seen what our shortcomings are." And we have now an excessive amount of time earlier than the following sequence to work on them. "