In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup, India lost by ten wickets. With this, criticism and suggestions from former cricketers continue.. Chennai Super Kings head coach..
Indian Coach, Chennai Super
In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup, India lost by ten wickets. While the series of criticisms and suggestions from former cricketers continues.. Chennai Super Kings head coach gave an interesting suggestion to the Indian Cricket Board. He said that the reason for the failure of the Indian players was that they had less experience playing on the pitches of other countries and BCCI should allow them to play in foreign tournaments. The team’s head coach Rahul Dravid may have refused to allow Indian players to play in foreign tournaments but said it was a good idea.
Former New Zealand cricketer and Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming spoke about the Indian team’s performance in the T20 World Cup. But English players Alex Hales and Jos Buttler hit it with ease, with four overs to spare. The reason for that is their experience in the Big Bash League (BBL). Hales has extensive experience in the Australian domestic league having played for Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes and Sydney Thunders. Buttler has also been playing for Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder in the BBL since 2013. It was that experience that contributed to the victory in the semifinals. It must be said that playing in foreign tournaments is really useful for these players to excel in world cricket. So that the players will feel comfortable to play again on the ground they have played before,” he said. Also, Fleming suggested that the West Indies T20 World Cup is going to be held in the next two years, and Indian players will be good in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) held there at such a time. “Things are done in different ways in different areas. “We need to update ourselves like we update our phones,” said Stephen Fleming. Chennai Super Kings won the IPL four times under Fleming’s coaching.
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