After a tight and thrilling first ODI, India romped to a comfortable 62-run win in the second one-dayer against Zimbabwe to win the three-game series 2-0.
This is in no comparison to the Indian team’s performance in Bangladesh series where they were struggling against Mustafizur Rahman’s bowling attack. On one side, it was Team A, who lost the series in Bangladesh whereas on the other side Team B won convincingly against Zimbabwe. This became a point of discussion in the BCCI office as to which team they can rely most. Also it’s a matter of selecting young vs experience. BCCI setup a committee to figure out what’s going on as both team has done something which was not expected from them. To some extent, this has also raised a question against the performance of match fixing organizations.
Mr. balmia said, “Two bad cannot make good for us. We don’t like surprises. Also, it’s a business demand to get more predictability in the matches so that the organization should know where they should spend advertising money and how much”.
One spokesperson with shorter height suggested to turn the team upside down to bring more energy and motivation in the team. The current team is struggling with their fixed batting lineup and opponents are taking advantage of it by intelligently planning their bowling attack.
After this news, few Cricketers came back from their planned sabbatical and started practicing in the nets.
After multiple hours of back to back meetings, BCCI decided to replace the current Indian team with the one playing at Zimbabwe. Although, few old and experienced players can be considered depending upon how fast they can run between the wickets. Many players who has good academic record might not make it to top 16.