The T20 World Cup is coming up next month, and India’s skipper Rohit Sharma acknowledged on Sunday that death bowling is still a problem for the squad. However, he expressed optimism that the bowlers will soon rediscover their rhythm.
In the final few games of the Asia Cup, India’s death bowling misfired, which resulted in the team’s early elimination. India failed to defend 208 in the first match of the three-match T20 series as Australia scored 53 runs in the final three overs to win by four wickets.
“Those two, Bumrah and Harshal, are long overdue. I don’t really want to research it because I know how difficult it is to bowl at Australia’s middle and lower level.
They will take longer because they are returning from a break. I’m hoping they can find their rhythm again.