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But after the match, Indian captain Virat Kohli came on the scene and explained that the Indian team selection was not a failure. Kohli’s explanation was that the team needed a fast bowling all-rounder to include four pacers and unfortunately we missed it. He added that the spinners could have made more of an impact if they had had more time in the match. He also said that he was opposed to the method of finding winners through just one test.
Former Indian cricketer and commentator Rohan Gavaskar has come out in support of Kohli’s Indian team despite losing in the final. He said that with the defeat in the final, the Indian team should not be seen as a bad team. ‘India has a strong team. A super team consisting of a lot of world class players. True, New Zealand played better than India in the final. Just because New Zealand won does not mean India are a bad team. One only has to look at the performance of the Indian team over the last two years to see how strong they are, ”said Rohan Gavaskar.
‘Today the Indian pacers have the power to challenge any team. Indian pacers dominate even on foreign pitches. In the seventies and eighties, Kapil Dev was very inspiring to the younger generation. It is through this that the generation that includes Jawaharlal Srinath, Venkatesh Prasad and Zaheer Khan grew up. Now we have five to seven pacers, ”Rohan explained.
India will also play a five-match Test series against England in August. Mohammad Shami, Jaspreet Bumra, Ishant Sharma, Mohammad Siraj, Umesh Yadav and Shardul Thakur are all with the Indian team. There are reports that India will play against England in the final after making big changes in the team that played in the final.