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Sports News: Shreyas said, the letter sent before Karthik to ‘rotate the strike’

Cuttack | Sending Axar Patel to bat forward of Dinesh Karthik could have sounded odd however top-order batsman Shreyas Iyer defended the choice taken within the second T20 in opposition to South Africa, saying it was a good suggestion to steal a few runs (rotate the strike). This was executed contemplating the circumstances. This technique didn’t work and Axar struggled to attain runs. His dismissal within the seventeenth over decreased India’s rating to 112 for six. Coming to bat at quantity seven, Karthik’s 30 not out helped India attain 148 for six.

Shreyas instructed reporters after the match, “We had adopted such a method earlier additionally. When Axar landed on the crease, we had seven overs left. He can take a few runs and rotate the strike. He stated, “Additionally then there was no must hit the crease with the primary ball. DK (Karthik) can do this however he has been extra useful for us after 15 overs the place he can play lengthy pictures as quickly as he will get to the crease.

Shreyas argued that even Karthik needed to battle to attain runs on this wicket. He stated, “Even at first, he (Karthik) additionally discovered it slightly tough to attain runs. The wicket performed a giant function on this match. So far as this technique is anxious, we are going to comply with it in future additionally. If Karthik had been despatched earlier, India may have scored greater than 160 runs and Shreyas additionally admitted that they fell virtually 12 runs quick in the long run.

“In case you have a look at the match, I feel 160 runs on this wicket would have been actually good to place some stress on, however we had been 12 runs wanting that. South Africa took a 2-0 lead within the five-match sequence after registering a four-wicket win with the assistance of Heinrich Klaasen’s 81 runs.

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