Australia will stick to the plan prepared against Team India
Alex Carey said, could not follow the strategy in the first test
Nagpur. Australia’s wicket-keeper batsman Alex Carey brushed aside the criticism and said that his team will continue to play Test matches in the same way as it has been playing in the last 12 to 18 months. After losing the first Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by an innings and 132 runs, former Australia captain Allan Border questioned his team’s approach.
Allan Border said that the players needed to play hard cricket instead of showing themselves well. Border specifically mentioned the incident when Steve Smith gestured and praised Ravindra Jadeja after failing to play the ball. Border termed Smith’s act as stupidity.
Alex Carey from the Sydney Morning Herald said, “We have a lot of respect for Allan Border. Every player in the team has his own method. Carey said, you are probably referring to Steve Smith, but you know he is good friends with many of them. Smith also plays like this. He does this in all kinds of circumstances.
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‘Our team is strong, unfortunately lost the first match’
Alex Carey said, “This was the first match out of 4 Tests. We are very positive about coming back to Delhi and leveling the series. We will continue to play in the same way as we have played in the last few years. Alex Carey said, I believe that our team is really strong. We have good players in every department. Unfortunately, in the first Test match, we could not go according to the strategy. However, we are definitely ready to execute the plan that we had prepared for this tour.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : February 15, 2023, 08:15 IST