The Indian cricket team is getting slammed heavily for its disappointing performance in the ongoing 3-match ODI series against Bangladesh as the hosts have now taken an invincible lead of 2-0 in the series after defeating team India in the second ODI by 5 runs. It won’t be wrong to say that the Indian team’s performance is constantly going down as earlier it used to perform well in bilateral series and fail in multi-nation events but now it is failing against Bangladesh which is undoubtedly a weaker opponent.
Earlier, India got knocked out of the Asia Cup 2022, then it failed in winning the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 and now its poor performance against Bangladesh too has made even die-hard fans say that this team has no fire. The head coach of the Indian team, Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma are getting criticized a lot as a number of experiments have taken place in their regime but the results are way below expectations.
Many former Indian cricketers have now started demanding a complete restructuring in the Indian cricket setup. The former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag who was known for his hard hitting batting style has also reacted on India’s performance in a hilarious manner.
Sehwag took to Twitter and wrote, “Cryptos se bhi tez gir rahi hai apni performance yaar. Need to shake up – wake up.”
Cryptos se bhi tez gir rahi hai apni performance yaar. Need to shake up – wake up.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) December 7, 2022
Some former cricketers have also expressed their displeasure over the fact that few cricketers including skipper Rohit Sharma are taking rest after every series or tournament but none of them ever misses the IPL.
The Indian team has failed big time in every segment in this series whether it was batting, bowling or fielding and people feel that the squad is playing with a decade old approach in the white ball cricket because of which it has been tasting failures continuously.
The third and the final ODI of the series will be played on 10 Dec 2022 and team India will certainly like to save some respect by winning this match.