In Asia cup T20, the finalist India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said they will need to hand out a “big performance” against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup Twenty20 cricket competition if they desire to lift the trophy on Sunday.
The Indian juggernaut moved on as they have now won nine out of the 10 T20 Internationals played for the current year, a great reputation going into the ICC World T20. What’s more, Dhoni said they have to proceed with the great propensity.
“We need 15 minutes to learn bad habit. You need maybe 5 -10 games to develop a good habit. “There is always scope for improvement. We will have to be consistent in big games.”We will need to concoct another huge execution in the last. Bangladesh are a decent group and they have enhanced a great deal. It ought to be a decent last,” Dhoni said at the post-match presentation.
India yesterday rolled out three improvements in their playing eleven, acquiring Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Pawan Negi and Harbhajan Singh set up of Ashish Nehra, Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin.
“We planned to score 120. We were playing the favourites of the tournament and it was difficult for us. When you face top-quality bowlers, it is difficult. They have got experience and they will come back hard,” Javed said.
Man-of-the-match Rohit Sharma, who struck a 28-ball 39 in India’s negligible pursue of 82, said he was pleased to have thought of a better than average execution with the bat on the bowler-accommodating Shere Bangla National Stadium wicket here.
“The wickets here have been challenging, not the easiest. I am glad that we have put up a performance like that. Initially, you have to see the conditions. Once you get a hang of it, you can probably play your shots,” he said.
“Shot choice is essential. You play a considerable measure square of the wicket. It is difficult to play on the up to cover, midwicket.