IND vs NZ: Indian bowlers took advantage of the conditions, according to Sanjay Bangar, following India's victory in Raipur.
Bangar says Indian bowlers exploited the conditions, India beat New Zealand by 8 wickets in RaipurIndia to face the Kiwis on January 24 in Indor
Former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar stated that the Indian bowling attack took advantage of the conditions in their victory over New Zealand in Raipur.
India defeated New Zealand by 8 wickets to take a 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
Bangar told Star Sports that the Indian bowlers bowled good lengths and took advantage of the conditions against New Zealand.
"They bowled some long balls. When there is assistance in the air or even slight moisture on the pitch, the ideal aspect of Indian bowling was how they exploited the conditions "Bangar stated. The former India cricketer believes the New Zealand batters will be disappointed because the seamers caused them problems, despite the fact that the batters are used to seaming conditions at home.
"They'll be very disappointed because the seamen bothered them and got them out. Seaming conditions are discussed frequently in New Zealand cricket, but to be in such a position in two consecutive matches indicates a problem "Bangar also contributed. He went on to say that such games can have a long-term impact on teams, and that this loss could leave the New Zealand players with mental scars.
"If New Zealand plays a knockout match against India in a big event, these mental scars will be in the players' minds, that beating the Indian team is nearly impossible. Such victories have a long-term impact "Bangar stated. The Royal Challengers Bangalore head coach stated that the Indian pacers did not use the short ball and kept their lengths up, which he believes was a good adjustment on their part.
"When they think back on it, they notice how all of the bowlers kept their length and only used the short ball when it was necessary. The majority of the wickets came on fuller-length deliveries, which I believe was a very good adjustment they made and is what the bowlers must do "Bangar also contributed.