Wednesday, January 22, 2014

newzealand to explore indian shortcomes

newzealand to explore indian shortcomes

Wellington- New Zealand's bliss at uncovering a cricket shortcoming in the Indian cricket armour and demolishing the main one-day group was tempered Tuesday with the misfortune of their new strike weapon for whatever is left of the arrangement.

India's disappointment to handle short-pitched pace bowling had huge impact in their 24-run misfortune in the opening match of the five ODI arrangement played in Napier on Sunday.

At the same time the downside for New Zealand was the misfortune of climbing express bowler Adam Milne with group physiotherapist Paul Close expression Tuesday he obliged a six-week restoration period for a strained stomach muscles.

Hamish Bennett, who last played for New Zealand two years back, has been called into the squad for the second ODI in Hamilton on Wednesday.

Milne pounded India with a stream of conveyances in overabundance of 150 kilometres a hour (93 mph) and asserted the wicket of Suresh Raina who was one of four top-request Indian batsmen to succumb to a shoddy force shot.

Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and commander Mahendra Singh Dhoni went the same way — coming up short with the snare shot — as Milne, Mitchell Mcclenaghan and Tim Southee conveyed a torrent of short-pitched conveyances.

Yet rather than surrender the snare, Dhoni said India would have done well to be more sensible how they utilized it in light of the fact that they couldn't bear to drop it from their collection.

"On occasion we will get got on the grounds that it is a troublesome shot to play. Yet the vast majority of our batsmen like to play it since this is our quality," Dhoni said.

"Particularly abroad, we have to play and expert it on the grounds that you can't have bowlers bowl short to you generally.

"With two bouncers permitted (for every over) you can't leave all. (There are) about 80 balls with four quick bowlers out of 50 overs. We can dependably pick and pick when to play and when not to play."

Mcclenaghan, whose four for 68 shone out in the win over the planet's top-stacked up ODI side, said New Zealand had moves toward how to unsettle every Indian batsman.

"We know there's a couple of their fellows who like to snare enthusiastically. It's about picking and picking the times that we utilize it and the grounds we utilize it on since they all have diverse extents," Mcclenaghan said.

"The Indians are exceptional players however at no focus will we move in an opposite direction from a battle. We're not set to be fantastic. We're set to get in their face to tell them we plan to stamp our imprint in the assemble up to the World Cup."

Mcclenaghan, who has taken 47 wickets from 19 Odis, is in line to be the second quickest bowler to achieve the 50 turning point.

He can no more defeat the record of 19 matches held by Sri Lankan Ajantha Mendis yet the following best is India's Ajit Agarkar who took 23 Odis emulated by Dennis Lillee (Australia, 24 matches) and Shane Warne (Australia,