India's clinical performance in the first One-Day International at Nottingham will give the England think-tank plenty to ponder about for the next two games. On a pitch where the average score in the last five years has been in excess of 300, to be bundled out for 268 and that too without two of India's most experienced .
Batting coach Graham Thorpe believes that England's batsmen are picking India's left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav but admits they need to improve their method against him following his 6 for 25 in the first ODI at Trent Bridge.
Yadav's six-wicket haul in Nottingham, his maiden five-for in one-day cricket for India, was his second match-winning spell of the tour after he took 5 for 24 in the first T20I at Old Trafford. His performances have exposed England's batsmen who have, at times, looked unsure of which way he is spinning the ball.
After won the toss morgan said " We are gonna have a bat first. It can be difficult to tell. It's a belting day. There was a bit rain yesterday but still it's quite hard on top. The more we face him (Kuldeep) we'll get a clear idea of what he's bowling. We'll only find a way over time. Hopefully we'll stick to our plans and get better. We need to stick to our strengths and we need to learn as we go along. We got the same team."
Day out with my beauty!! wrote Virat in caption for his wifey!!
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