SA vs IND: Ravi Shastri is not at all happy with Rohit Sharma’s captaincy in the first test match.

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Dean Elgar has also scored an important century for his team.

Rohit Sharma (Pic Source-Twitter)

Indian team Former BCCI player and former head coach Ravi Shastri is not at all happy with Rohit Sharma’s captaincy in the first Test match being played against South Africa. Let us tell you, at present the game of the second day of the first test match is being played between these two teams.

Batting first in this match, the Indian team scored 245 runs after losing all the wickets in its first innings. In reply, South Africa has batted very well in this match so far. Dean Elgar has also scored an important century for his team. Let us tell you, before lunch on the second day of the game, the bowlers of the Indian team were troubling the South African batsmen a lot. However, after the end of lunch, South African batsmen scored runs rapidly.

Dean Elgar and Tony de Zorzi batted very well and put pressure on the bowlers of the Indian team. Dean Elgar’s batting was praised by many people. According to Ravi Shastri, Rohit Sharma should have bowled to Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj at the beginning of the session after lunch.

Ravi Shastri said during the commentary, ‘Shardul and Prasidh should have started last after lunch. When I was the coach of the team, there used to be a lot of discussion among us about which two bowlers should start the season.

Sanjay Manjrekar also presented his side

Former Indian player Sanjay Manjrekar said, ‘The Indian team made a big mistake here. Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma should have talked during the break and then given the bowling to Prasidh and Thakur.

At present South Africa is in a very strong position. It can be said that he has put pressure on the players of the Indian team. If the Indian team has to make a comeback in this match, then they will have to take the wickets of South Africa as soon as possible.

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