After the big win over New Zealand in the Mumbai Test, the former Kiwi captain told about one of the biggest drawbacks of Team India

After the big win over New Zealand in the Mumbai Test, the former Kiwi captain told about one of the biggest drawbacks of Team India

Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India beat New Zealand by a record margin of 372 runs in the Mumbai Test and won the two-match Test series 1-0, but despite this former Kiwi player Daniel Vettori spoke about a major shortcoming of the Indian team. Told. He said that Team India's batting order was inconsistent and this is something that needs to be corrected before the South Africa tour. 

Vettori said that there will still be some questions regarding the batting of the Indian team. In the Mumbai Test match, only Mayank's batting made the difference and apart from him, no other Indian batsman dominated with the bat. Mayank was skeptical about playing in the Mumbai Test, but he got a chance and proved himself in this test match. Although Pujara hasn't answered the questions raised on him, he has an excellent track record and deserves some leeway. At the same time, Shreyas Iyer had shown amazing in the first test match, but in the second he was also not successful. 

Talking to Cricinfo, Vettori said that what kind of Indian team will be selected for the tour of South Africa. He will go there with his tried-and-tested Test bowlers, but it will be interesting to see what his batting unit will be like. At the same time, Vettori highly praised Team India's performance in the Mumbai Test match and said that it was a great performance by Team India in their home conditions. We have seen earlier also that in Tests, Team India scores big at home and then the spinners create pressure. R Ashwin's bowling was excellent in this match and he took 8 wickets. At the same time, Vettori gave the team's fast bowler Mohd. He also praised Siraj very much. 

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This Indian cricketer, who was the first to play in BBL, gave India the U19 World Cup title in 2012

This Indian cricketer, who was the first to play in BBL, gave India the U19 World Cup title in 2012

Former Under-19 World Cup winning captain Unmukt Chand on Tuesday became the first Indian cricketer to feature in Australia's Big Bash T20 League (BBL) with his Melbourne Renegades debut. A 28-year-old right-handed batsman, Unmukt made his BBL debut against Hobart Hurricanes. The Renegades tweeted with a picture of him in the team jersey, 'Naya color aapko jach raha hai Unmukt Chand.'

India won the 2012 ICC Under-19 World Cup in Australia under the captaincy of Unmukt Chand. He retired from all forms of Indian cricket in August last year, making him eligible to play the league overseas. He also led the India-A team after the success of the Under-19 World Cup, but could never be a part of the senior team. Unmukt Chand's early cricket career was very good, but later his performance was not so special, due to which he would have got a chance to play in the Indian team. Due to not getting a chance in the Indian team, he retired from Indian cricket from all formats so that he could get a chance to play abroad. 

Unmukt Chand played in Indian domestic cricket while he also got a chance to play for many teams in IPL. In domestic cricket, he represented Delhi, while in IPL he was seen playing with teams like Mumbai and Rajasthan. Talking about his first-class cricket career, he scored 3379 runs in 67 matches at an average of 31.57 and took 77 catches. At the same time, he scored 4505 runs in 120 first-class matches at an average of 41.33 and took 52 catches and 4 stumpings behind the wickets. At the same time, he scored 1571 runs in 78 T20 matches. He has scored 8 centuries in first class matches, 7 in List A and 3 centuries in T20. 

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