Perhaps, the current Indian National Cricket Team has been the most successful side compared to the previous teams in overseas conditions, especially, in limited overs. They got all the required ingredients to make things fall in place for the team. Meanwhile, the swashbuckling batsman Dinesh Karthik showers high praises on the team.

Of late, the current Indian team tasted success in South Africa and won T20I series in England and dominated Australia across the formats. Then they made a successful ODI tour to New Zealand to seal the series after a long wait.

We learn very quickly from our mistakes – Dinesh Karthik

The flamboyant batsman quoted that the current team has the ability to make a quick turnaround in things. He gave an example by citing to the match in Hamilton when Rayudu and Vijay Shankar sorted the situation and then came the knock from Hardik Pandya.

Dinesh Karthik, Indian National Cricket Team
Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik. Credit: BCCI

Further, he went on to add saying that boys have displayed their class after losing the first T20I game. He believes that all those scenarios are the signs that the team is in a pretty good space. Dinesh Karthik is confident that the current team is going to achieve certain new heights.

“For me, this is the best virtue of this side and the biggest plus for us on this tour. We were rolled over in Hamilton, we were then reduced to 18/4 in the next match, but the guys fought. They dug in and eventually we won the game. We learnt from our mistakes in Hamilton and addressed them immediately, we saw off the pressure situations and batted the entire innings,” Dinesh Karthik said.

Dinesh Karthik, Indian National Cricket Team
India recently won ODI series in Australia and New Zealand (Credits: Getty)

”In the first T20I against New Zealand, we conceded 220 odd, but in the next game we hit back and restricted them to around 160. I believe, this team takes defeats in their stride and has the ability to bounce back with intent immediately,” the wicket-keeper batsman told to Hindustan Times.

Well, as Dinesh Karthik said, the current Indian team has performed exceptionally well, across the formats. There are very few errors in the team, which certainly shows their class. The bench strength of the team has also been brilliant of late.