Sunil Gavaskar made a scathing attack on Team India before West Indies tour, said this about WTC final

against australia world test championship final India’s humiliating defeat in the great batsman Sunil Gavaskar is filled with anger. The former Indian captain was very critical about India’s poor performance in the marquee event. After lashing out at the batting line-up debacle, Gavaskar also questioned the team’s approach and said that the entire unit needs to work on all the factors that went wrong for India during the match.

analysis of defeat is necessary

Speaking on Star Sports, Sunil Gavaskar said that I have been a part of the team where we were dismissed on 42, we were sad in the changing room. We were also criticized a lot. So, I think you can avoid criticism today. A lot needs to be analyzed about this defeat. We have to know what happened, how he got out, why he didn’t bowl well, why he didn’t take the catch, whether the playing XI was right, so all these factors have to be taken into account.

no point in defeating small teams

Gavaskar further said that winning bilateral series against teams like the West Indies would be of no use if Team India kept repeating their mistakes in title matches against big teams like Australia. We have got two matches against the West Indies. West Indies is not the best team in the world. You just go and beat them 2-0, 3-0, it doesn’t make any sense. When you go to the final and if you are playing Australia again, making the same mistakes, how are you going to win the trophy?

Gavaskar criticized Kohli’s poor shot

Earlier, the former India captain criticized Virat Kohli for his poor shot selection. On Kohli, he had said that it was a very normal shot outside the off stump. When you are close to a half-century or a century, then this happens in a hurry. Let us tell you that for the last several times, Kohli is getting out while trying to play the shot by coming in front of the stumps. He has come in form after about two years, but many times he is getting out due to bad short selection.

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