India won the first match of the three-match series comprehensively, but skipper Rohit Sharma refused to accept it as a perfect game. According to him, there is always something that a team lacks.
When he was asked to reveal the areas of improvement from the opening encounter, the 34-year old said – “I don’t believe in a perfect game as you can always improve as a team. We could have bowled a lot better in the middle overs, and also during the chase, we lost a couple of wickets easily. Look, I don’t want to take away anything from the players, but I feel improvements are must to become a better unit in international cricket,” said Rohit Sharma.