England vs India 2018; the series is done and dusted but not the questions it has raised so far. The Team India fans are still gutted with the loss against the Three Lions. Meanwhile, the former Indian batsman, Mohammad Kaif opines that visitors played far from their ability.
Kaif, the active member on the social media, interacted with the fans in a Q&A session on Thursday. The flamboyant batsman revealed many intriguing answers during the course.
Barring Kohli, no one could be consistent – Mohammed Kaif
When one of the Kaif’s followers asked him to express his opinion on India’s tour of the United Kingdom (UK) 2018, the batsman reiterated that the visitors played more than their potential in the series. He felt that the bowlers did the exceptional job for the team by removing English specialist batsmen.
However, Kaif added that they failed to rattle the defence of the tail-enders which made the massive difference.
The acrobatic fielder in his heydays, Kaif also claimed that none of the Indian batsmen apart from Virat Kohli was consistent enough to trouble Englishmen.
All in all, Mohammad Kaif feels that it would have been better results if the team looked after those essential things. Eventually, he thoroughly enjoyed the England vs India 2018 Test series.
Digging into his reply, it read: ”Played Far from potential. Bowlers were good in getting the top 6-7 out but consistently failed in getting the lower order out. Batsmen, barring Kohli, no one could be consistent.”
Played Far from potential. Bowlers were good in getting the top 6-7 out, but consistently failed in getting the lower order out. Batsmen, barring Kohli, no one could be consistent. https://t.co/HkK3vGh6VW
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) September 13, 2018
India aims to serve Asia Cup 2018 victory for the fans:
After the conclusion of the series against England, Team India would be hoping to clinch the Asia Cup 2018 trophy for the fans. The repair work can be done if the Men in Blue under the leadership of interim skipper Rohit Sharma bring the glory to home.
India will start their campaign against Hong Kong on September 18th, and on the very next day, they will take on their arch-rivals Pakistan on September 19 (Wednesday).