IND-W vs AUS-W: ‘This is a big change in the approach of the Indian team’ Saba Karim after the resounding 9-wicket win against Australia


India had defeated Australia in a one-sided fashion in the first T20 match.

India Women vs Australia Women (Image Credit- Twitter X)

India Women vs Australia Women, 1st T20I: A three-match T20 series is currently going on between the Indian women’s cricket team and Australia. So the first match of this series was played yesterday, Friday, January 5, at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.

Let us tell you that in this match, the Indian team first dismissed Australia early with the help of fast bowling and then won the match by 9 wickets by performing brilliantly in batting.

On the other hand, now a big statement from former Indian player Saba Karim has come out regarding this change in the Indian team. Saba says that the change in bowling made by India has brought a big change in the approach of the team.

Saba Karim gave a big statement about the Indian team

Let us tell you that after winning the first T20 match against Australia, in a discussion with Sports 18, former wicketkeeper batsman Saba Karim said – We have played four fast bowlers in the match. This is a big change in the approach of the Indian team. I think this is the first time that India has played with four bowlers together in a match.

Karim further said- I think you are going to benefit from this approach. With this approach, new bowlers can be discovered, just like Titas Sadhu was discovered. You had top quality batting restricted to 141 runs on a batting friendly pitch.

On the other hand, if we tell you the condition of this match, India, bowling first, had bowled out Australia for 141 runs in 19.2 overs on the basis of the brilliant bowling of Titas Sadhu (4 wickets). Batting later, India easily achieved this target by losing 1 wicket in 17.4 overs.

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