Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Skipper disappointed with India's batting after fourth straight loss
India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was hugely disappinted with his side's batting after losing the fourth ODI against Australia from a commanding position.
New Delhi: India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was hugely disappinted with his side's batting after losing the fourth ODI against Australia from a commanding position.
India were cruising at 277/1 with twin tons from Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli, but lost their way after losing nine wickets for a paltry 46 runs to surrender the match.
Dhoni stated after the game that he isn't angry but disappointed that India didn't take the match to the end.
“I'm not angry, I'm disappointed. We should've batted better. You've to take match to the end,” said Dhoni.
The skipper himself scored a nought and stated he should have taken the responsibility but unfortunately lost his wicket.
“My wicket was the turning point. It is from where we lost it,” said Dhoni.
Dhoni went on to add that fast bowler Ishant Sharma has to learn to bowl yorkers in limited-over in limited overs format.
He also went on to add that Bhuvneshwar Kumar is inconsistent being slightly on shorter side despite increasing his pace.
“Bhuvi has increased his pace but he's not as consistent. He is slightly on shorter side,” said Dhoni.