They were a bit wayward: Rohit Sharma admits India's death bowling woes
Tim David smashed Indian bowlers at the death in the 3rd T20I [Image Credit- Twitter]
Indian captain Rohit Sharma admitted in the post-match presentation that his sides' death bowling has been underwhelming in recent times after the hosts claimed the series-decider in Hyderabad against Australia on Sunday (September 25).
Indian bowlers once again took a hammering at the death in the 3rd T20I as Tim David and Daniel Sams carted the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Harshal Patel and even Jasprit Bumrah to all corners of the ground.
India conceded 52 runs between overs 16-20 to squander all the advantage the spin duo of Axar Patel and Yuzvendra Chahal had given them during the middle-overs.
Rohit admitted in the post-match presentation that the bowlers were wayward at the death. But he also reckoned that Bumrah, who registered his most expensive figures in T20Is, and Harshal Patel will get better with more game time.