Need to implement plans wisely: Shikhar Dhawan

Need to implement plans more wisely, says Skipper Shikhar Dhawan after facing 7 wicket defeat to New Zealand

Auckland [New Zealand]: The hosts surpassed India by seven wickets. New Zealand chased down the target of 306 set by India with 2.5 overs to spare in the first ODI of three-match series here at Eden Park in Auckland on Friday.
The marathon chase was powered the sensational century from Tom Latham and also the captain Kane Williamson’s undefeated 94. The duo went after the target with an unbeaten 221-run stand as well as go 1-0 in the series. Indian Captain Shikhar Dhawan was not satisfied with the efficiency and also discussed that the team can have prepared much better according to the ground. It was an affordable total amount and the ball relocated a great deal for the initial 10-15 overs. He additionally cited that bowlers bowled many short spheres to Latham which he assaulted superbly.
“We really felt good regarding the overall. First 10-15 overs the sphere did a great deal. It’s a bit various from various other grounds. Have to intend appropriately. Today we have actually bowled except size and also Latham attacked us there,” said Indian skipper Shikhar Dhawan in post-match event.
India had an excellent hold over the suit till the 40th over. Nonetheless video game changed in favour of New Zealand henceforth. In type, Tom Latham attacked Shardul Thakur with four fours as well as a six.
“That’s where he took the video game away from us particularly in the 40th over. That’s where the energy shifted,” claimed Shikhar.
Dhawan really felt the demand of planning sensibly. Bowling and fielding more need enhancement. We can not bowl at batsman’s solid areas. It is constantly excellent to play below. Winning would certainly have offered us a great deal of self-confidence, he said.
“Actually take pleasure in playing right here. Would certainly’ve been happier if we won yet that’s part and parcel. They’re all young children as well as lots of finding out for them. Bowling side and fielding side too (what locations require renovation?). We need to implement our plans extra carefully and make certain we do not make the batsmen use their toughness,” stated Dhawan.
The second ODI in between India as well as New Zealand will be dipped into Seddon Park in Hamilton on November 27. It is a must-win ready the young Indian side to maintain the three-match series active.

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