India vs New Zealand: ‘India couldn’t show the discipline required’ – VVS Laxman on why India lost – cricket

A dominant efficiency by New Zealand noticed them thrash India by seven wickets to win the second Test match in Christchurch and in the course of, bag the collection 2-0. India, the no 1 ranked facet in the world, by no means actually discovered any momentum in any of the two Test matches and barring a quick interval on Day 2 in Christchurch, they have been out deliberate by the hosts.

Former India batsman VVS Laxman took to Twitter to congratulate Kane Williamson and firm the place he additionally mentioned that the Indian facet couldn’t be disciplined sufficient for longer intervals of time. ‘Many congratulations to the @BLACKCAPS on beating India and winning the Test series comprehensively. India couldn’t show the discipline required to stay it out and might be deeply upset,’ he wrote on Twitter.

 

Speaking at the finish of the match, Team India captain Virat Kohli mentioned that the batting unit did not put sufficient runs on the board which may have allowed the bowlers to assault extra.

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“We played well in the first innings here with the bat. We also need to give credit to the New Zealand bowlers, they bowled in the right areas long enough, created a lot of pressure. There were hardly any opportunities, that meant you have to play extravagant shots for runs than just keep rotating strike. It was a combination of us not having the right kind of execution and New Zealand playing well. The consistency of their bowling was outstanding, forced us to do mistakes. We are usually a batting side that fights. Batsmen didn’t do enough for the bowlers to attack. It’s disappointing as a side when the batsmen don’t back up the effort of the bowlers,” Kohli mentioned at the put up-match presentation.

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