“So, we shouldn’t expect our star player to return from injury and win the games. The management will have to utilize the players available because we are losing the games eventually. The performance of the Indian team is dipping as we get closer to the World Cup,” he added.
RP Singh highlights the reason for India’s loss in the series opener
The former left-arm pacer also stated that there was never a period when the Indian bowlers controlled the game against Australia.
“There was never a period during the Australian run chase where India was able to dominate. Australia kept on hitting boundaries at regular intervals while also taking singles consistently. Apart from that Umesh Yadav’s over where he picked up two wickets, there wasn’t a single over where the Indian bowlers made an impact. It isn’t a matter of skill, but maybe they weren’t able to execute their plan well,” Singh added.