After facing humiliating defeat against England road to success will not be easy for India in years to come

Team India needs serious redemption based on their current performance where they suffered a humiliating loss against three Lions as the latter chased 370+ runs in two days to end the series at 2-2.

After Virat Kohli stepped down from captaincy and Shastri is no more coach of India all the responsibility lies on the broad shoulders of new skipper Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid.

Virat Kohli and Joe Root
Virat Kohli and Joe Root

With the ICC tournament being held every year, India certainly needs to change their strategies, especially in Test cricket where the top order and middle order are not consistent with the willow.

Kohli hasn’t scored single century from last three years and averaging below 5o for the first time in the longest format of the game and ultimately lost his spot in top 10 of ICC Men’s Test batsman rankings.

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Many experts have criticised Rahul Dravid defensive mindset as coach rather than following attacking mindset which is the requirement of modern day cricket.

With two world cups surmounting at the end of this year it is high time that India regroups from here and rise from the ashes to reclaim their lost glory with the bench strength Indian team posses at the moment and it is expected from them to deliver in the crunch phases of the game.

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli needs to find their mojo back with the willow also other players need to chip in with the bat at consistent basis and the team management needs to constantly back experience spinners like Yuzi Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav as you want them to be fit ahead of marquee event scheduled later this year.

Let’s see how things unfold for Men in Blue from here.

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