After Losing 2nd ODI, Captain Kohli said, Team India was ineffective with ball and didn’t hit areas

Team India started the Australia tour on a wrong foot after losing back-to-back ODIs in the span of three days at Sydney Cricket Ground. In the second ODI, Australia hammered India by — runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in three-match series. This is India’s fifth consecutive defeat in the One Day Internationals, earlier they lost 3-0 to New Zealand before the forced COVID-19 break.

After back-to-back defeats, skipper Virat Kohli admitted that the bowlers were not that effective in the game. “They have outplayed us. We were ineffective with the ball, and didn’t hit the areas. They have a strong batting line-up, they know the conditions and the angles well. The chase felt steep, and one or two wickets would take the RRR up so we had to keep hitting,” said Kohli said in the post-match presentation.

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