Indian team lost the third ODI against Australia in Ranchi by 32 runs. Barring Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, who scored 123 runs, all else struggled. Not even one batsman could score a fifty for India. And Virat Kohli has hinted for changes in the next two games. He doesn’t want more batting collapses as well.
“We will have a few changes in the next couple of games. We have to figure out what those changes are. But the idea is to go out there and win matches and take a lot of pride in winning games for the country. That mindset will not change,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation.
“We will have a few new faces and they will have to make the most of their chances because there is a World Cup coming and everyone wants to be on that flight. The guys are excited and looking forward to it. A little hiccup in the middle but we will regroup and come back stronger,” Kohli added.
“The guys who have got out will want to make the most of the opportunity. We don’t want collapses. We want partnerships that can get us going.