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We Need To Improve Our Death Bowling: Rohit Sharma

Hyderabad (Telangana): Despite the six-wicket win against Australia in the third and final game on Sunday, skipper Rohit Sharma said that the team needs to work on their death bowling for the upcoming clashes.

Blistering knocks by Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav took India to a six-wicket win against Australia in the third and final game to seal the three-match T20I series 2-1 here at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday.

“[Areas of improvement] There are a lot of areas, particularly, our death bowling coming to the party. Those two (Harshal and Bumrah) who came in are coming after a long time. Knowing their (Australia’s) middle and lower order is tough to bowl at. Don’t really want to look into that. They are coming after a break, they will take time. Hopefully, they can get back in the groove,” said Rohit Sharma said in a post-match presentation.

“It (Hyderabad) is a special place. We have had a lot of memories with the India team and with Deccan Chargers. It was a great occasion. We wanted to put up a show, and we did that well. The biggest positive was different individuals stepping up with the ball and bat. When you are sitting back and watching all of that happening, you feel nice as management,” he added.

“Sometimes you can error in doing a lot of things. This is T20 cricket, and the margins of error are very small. I thought we took our chances, we were brave. Sometimes it didn’t come off, but that is a learning we will take,” Rohit added.

Suryakumar smashed 69 off 36 balls while Kohli scored 63 off 48 balls to guide Men in Blue to a thrilling run chase victory.

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