We are missing a bowling coach, but bowlers taking charge: Harmanpreet Kaur | Cricket News

MUMBAI: Is the absence of a bowling coach hurting India, especially in light of the sudden exit of former India head coach Ramesh Powar recently? From what has been evident so far in the India-Australia T20I Seriesthis clearly seems to be the case.
After managing to take just two wickets in the first two games at a cost of 360 runs, India, after putting Australia up at Brabourne Stadium in the third T20I, managed to clear away the big guns, the Australian captain Alyssa Healy and Tahila McGrath for 1 each. , but then Ellyse Perry walked and threw 75 from 47. With Grace Harris (41 from 18) shooting too far, Australia managed to go 172-8 from 20 overs and eventually won by 21 runs. After the loss, which saw India go down 2-1 in the five-match series, the captain of the India women’s team Harmanpreet Kaur admitted that her team lacked a bowling coach, although she pointed out that her bowlers were taking control of the situation.
“I know we need a bowling coach, but our bowlers are taking matters into their own hands. They come to the bowlers’ meetings. They have full responsibility and today [it was] all their plans and they were leading the way. I was supporting them right in the middle,” Harmanpreet said.
With the Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa just months away, India surely needs to pull their socks up in the bowling department.
Harmanpreet said his bowlers had enough experience to make their own plans in the absence of a bowling coach. “Renuka (Thakur) has the experience because she has done well for the last six-seven months and had good results. Whenever we make plans for pace bowlers, she takes the lead and our video analyst gives us a lot of information.Speaking of spin bowlers almost all spinners have played a lot of T20 cricket like Deepti [Sharma]Radha [Yadav]Rajeshwari [Gayakwad]. Devika [Vaidya] is new to the team, but she also has international cricket experience and has done a lot of homework when it comes to international cricket,” explained the captain of the India women’s team.
India are clearly missing Pooja Vastrakar, who was forced to miss this series through injury. After conceding 41 runs in 3 overs in the first two games without taking a wicket, point guard Meghna Singh was dropped in favor of left arm spinner Rajeshwari Gaikwad.
“[We are missing] Pooja of course. On these tracks you need a medium pace. Definitely, when playing consecutive spin bowling, it makes it easy for opposing batters to set up. We definitely miss Pooja because she has the bowling experience to death. We tried Meghna in the first two games but it didn’t work out,” admitted Harmanpreet.
A shining light in India’s bowling attack has been young left-arm seamstress Anjali Sarvani, who has impressed on her first international outing in this series. She took 2-34 on Wednesday. “The way we played on the power play, especially Renuka and Anjali[wascommendableTheywereswingingtheballandplayingaccordingtoplanTheywerenotgivingeasyrunstothebatters”praisedHarmanpreet[wascommendableTheywereswingingtheballandbowledaccordingtotheplanTheywerenotgivingeasyrunstothebatters”praised[étaitlouableIlsbalançaientlaballeetjouaientselonleplanIlsnedonnaientpasdecoursesfacilesauxfrappeurs”afélicitéHarmanpreet[wascommendableTheywereswingingtheballandbowledaccordingtotheplanTheywerenotgivingeasyrunstothebatters”praisedHarmanpreet


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