Saba Karim believes Team India needs restructuring after batters posted a below-par score in the first ODI against Bangladesh.
The Men in Blue were bowled out for 186 after being asked to bat first by Litton Das.
However, bowlers brought the visitors back into the game before an unbeaten 51-run partnership between Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Mustafizur Rahman led the hosts to a one-wicket win.
“It is time to pay attention to our white-ball cricket. The management has to come out of denial mode and accept that there is a problem. I feel you need an entire restructuring.”
Karim questioned whether India have players who can play an aggressive brand of cricket.
“If there is a problem, how will you address it? Do we need to change our approach? Do we need to play more aggressively? If we decide to play an attacking cricket, do we have players who can do that or not?”