England despatched India to bat first after successful the toss and restricted them to 168/6. English openers Alex Hales (86*) and Jos Buttler (80*) then chased down the goal in simply 16 overs to ship the Indian facet packing.
India performed conservatively within the powerplay managing solely 38 runs whereas England’s method was the other as they raced to 63 in six overs.
Forward of the T20 World Cup, India had adopted a extra aggressive batting method however their openers, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, failed to fireplace on the large stage.
“India have been too timid with the bat. Sadly, Rohit and KL weren’t capable of take the sport on within the first six overs. They have the firepower however it’s important to take the sport on in T20 cricket,” former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson informed Star Sports activities. “Hardik was capable of take the sport on however India ought to have attacked 6-8 overs earlier.”
Watson additionally questioned the absence of Yuzvendra Chahal in Staff India‘s enjoying XI in Adelaide.
“India didn’t have a wrist spinner and England had two. In hindsight they actually missed Chahal. He can management his tempo like Rashid did tonight. He has obtained unbelievable abilities and would have been good tonight,” Watson added.
When England skipper Buttler hit the successful six, former England captain Nasser Hussain mentioned on air: “India have been timid upfront and England have taken them down.”
Commentator Harsha Bhogle too agreed that India are enjoying conservative cricket.
“India are nonetheless enjoying very conservative cricket. It was a problem they hoped to deal with and, in all equity did, in bilateral cricket. However right here on the World Cup, India have been always hoping the again 10 overs would bail them out. Right this moment, it wasn’t sufficient,” Bhogle tweeted after the match.
India are nonetheless enjoying very conservative cricket. It was a problem they hoped to deal with and, in all equity did,… https://t.co/JjirXTyOyY
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 1668082290000
Former India cricketer Irfan Pathan mentioned that England have been a greater staff at this time, and tweeted: “Staff England you have been a much better staff congratulations. For staff India, lot to be taught and are available again more durable subsequent time.”
Staff England you have been a much better staff congratulations. For staff India, lot to be taught and are available again more durable subsequent time. #INDvsENG
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) 1668078932000
Virender Sehwag, former India batter, believed England openers at this time have been too good for ‘clueless’ Indian assault.
India Clueless with the ball. Hales and Buttler too good for this Indian assault.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) 1668078073000
Former India selector Sarandeep Singh too blamed the openers’ failure as one of many fundamental causes for India’s exit.
“Sadly for India, Rahul and Rohit couldn’t discover type within the huge video games, placing stress on Virat and Suryakumar, who each cannot carry out sport after sport,” he informed PTI referring to Kohli and Surya’s splendid run.
“One of many staff’s greatest errors was to not play Yuzvendra Chahal in the complete match, particularly at this time. You noticed how efficient England’s wrist spinners have been. Not enjoying Rishabh Pant within the league stage (he performed just one sport) additionally baffled me.”
Sarandeep mentioned some powerful calls should be taken as India plan for the 2024 T20 World Cup within the Americas.
“I do not see at the least half of the staff members enjoying the following T20 World Cup together with Rohit, Virat, Ashwin, Shami and Bhuvi. The selectors have to take a name on that,” the previous India spinner added.
(With inputs from PTI)