Previous team India batting mentor Sanjay Bangar proposed several progressions in the Rishabh Pant-drove Indian side for the third T20 International match against South Africa on Tuesday.
The Men dressed in Blue are near the precarious edge of a series misfortune subsequent to experiencing consecutive losses in the initial two apparatuses and are in a must-win circumstance if at all they expect to dig out from a deficit to secure the five-match series.
India is in a sink or swim position for the third T20I
Regardless of setting up an impressive 211 in the primary T20I match, the Indian bowlers were not at their best, as South Africa pursued their most elevated all out in T20 Internationals on the rear of energetic fifties by Rassie van der Dussen (75) and David Miller (64).
While South Africa has hit every one of the areas right be it their batting or bowling, India has faltered in every division in the initial two matches. In the event that the bowlers let them down in the enormous pursue in the main T20I then the hitters put no important execution to set up an estimable score in the second.
Bangar, who worked with the Indian men’s group as their batting mentor from 2014 to 2019, suggested playing Arshdeep Singh and Ravi Bishnoi instead of Avesh Khan and Axar Patel separately.