Pothas laments bad batting in ODI loss


Interim Sri Lanka manager Nic Pothas has pegged a censure for his team’s opening ODI detriment to India on a batsmen.

The hosts managed only 216 carrying been presented a height of 139 for one, a aim that India simply hauled in for a 9 wicket win.

Pothas after a loss: “We were 139 for 1. Then we were 77 for nine. To remove 9 wickets in 19 overs is in anyone’s denunciation unacceptable.

We’ve got to take that on a chin as staff, as players, and that’s a existence of sport.”

The manager certified to batting arrangement was frustrating to watch as batsman after batsman got themselves out with bad shots.

He added: “Once again you’ve got to go to a individual. Our pursuit as coaches is to put ammunition in a ammunition belt. Then it’s adult to a actor to make a preference to make formed on his strengths, his reading of a conditions, and his reading of a opposition.

“I consider it’s been a outrageous assistance for a guys. There’s apparently some that do it better. That’s loyal in each group around a world. What we do know is that we’re not going to decider a success of that sold plan in such a brief duration of time.

“The approach we demeanour during it is in longevity, is it going to make us improved players on a subcontinent? we consider a answer to that is positively yes. Of march you’re going to get it wrong, though people scrape half volleys and scrape cuts.”

Pothas is fervent to see his charges creation a right decisions even if they don’t produce evident results.

He said: “Yeah, it’s tough. We substantially didn’t review a conditions good enough. Yes, there were some execution issues as well. What we always try to expostulate home in a changing room is if we make a right preference though don’t execute, we’re some-more than happy with that situation.

“Today we were a small bit some-more on a creation a wrong decisions side unfortunately.”

Sri Lanka fans have lambasted a group for a fibre of next standard performances and a manager admits they felt a small broke after this defeat.

He went on: “It swings between harm and embarrassment. Emotionally we get angry. You get frustrated. Am we indignant with a players? Absolutely not. The players work as tough as anyone can ask of them. They’ve been superb.

“Support staff has been out of this world. Brilliant. They work unconstrained hours with formulation and assisting a boys. You can’t error anyone within that changing room. Yes, we didn’t play a best cricket today. That’s flattering obvious.”


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