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Irfan Pathan Opined On The Batting Approach Of Team India
By CricShots - Jan 5, 2023 5:41 pm
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Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan gave his opinion on the batting approach of the Indian team and said that there has to be a method to the madness. Team India will be hosting Sri Lanka for the second match of the three-game T20I series at the MCA Stadium in Pune. During a chat on Star Sports, Pathan said there has to be a method to the madness and India should avoid losing wickets in clusters.

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As per the quotes in India Today, Irfan Pathan said, “There has to be a method to the madness. The method is that you don’t lose your wickets in clusters. When you lose wickets in clusters, there are problems.”

The veteran all-rounder also opined that the Indian batters should be able to pace their innings and form a partnership if they lose two or three wickets in quick succession.

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Explaining the same, Irfan Pathan said, “Yes, you need to go with the aggressive approach but when you feel that you have lost two or three wickets, you need a partnership there.”

Irfan Pathan
Irfan Pathan 

Irfan Pathan also talked about the shot selection by the Indian batters, saying if they continue making a mistake while a shot selection, we will never see big scores put up on the board.

The veteran all-rounder concluded by saying, “So there is a scope for improvement there. If you lose wickets continuously with wrong shots, I feel you will not get to see the big score we talk about. So keeping that in mind, it is extremely important for the shot selection to be improved.”

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India will look to seal the T20I series and it will be a first series win for first under Hardik Pandya’s captaincy, as they take on Sri Lanka in the second of a 3-match T20I series on Thursday. Having already taken a 1-0 lead after the thrilling win in Mumbai, the action shifts to the MCA Stadium in Pune.

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