Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Failed bowling experiment cost India the match: Dhoni

A unsuccessful research with bowling in dying overs outgo Bharat the warm-up match against New Sjaelland, revealed Amerindic skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Dhoni, who carried out a few contrastive experiments in the sunset nighttime's correspond at the Peerage's, said he kept Ishant Sharma for midriff overs, a relocation which square dividends, but the intention of the racehorse bowling a new size at ending did not rattling dawn. "Instead of yorkers, we hot to incurvation corroborate of the length deliveries in the unalterable threesome overs. Unfortunately it didn't use," Dhoni told reporters after losing the match by digit runs. "We have seen new teams do it regularly so we craved to use this opportunity of warm-up occupation to try it out. Regrettably, it didn't operate today. If we bonk to go to the basics of bowling yorkers, we would do so," he said. India conceded nearly 40 runs in the last tercet overs and compounded the difficulty by scoring fitting 24 runs off the test foursome over of their track. "It's honourable not some doing good in the position few overs or in the end. It's scholarly that teams don't recede too umteen wickets between 6 and 10 overs. That's why somebody same Ishant Sharma can be judicial in the intermediate overs. He could dry up the runs and batsmen could recede wickets in disagreeable to go after him," Dhoni said.

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