'Can Put Indian Bowling Under Pressure': B'desh Coach Russell Domingo

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Ahead of the final T20, Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo said he believes that Bangladesh has the potential to put Indian bowling attack under pressure.

Written By Prachi Mankani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Ahead of the final T20I of the series, Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo said he believes that his team has the potential to put Indian bowling attack under pressure. Speaking to the reporters at the pre-match conference Domingo said: 

"India are one of the best sides in the world but we do think that if we bat up to our potential, we can put their bowling attack under pressure."

India beat Bangladesh by 8 wickets in the second T20 to level the three-match T20 series 1-1 at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot on November 8. Rohit Sharma unleashed his beast as he smacked Bangladesh bowlers out of the park and cruised India home. The third and deciding T20 match will be played on November 10, in Nagpur

Further crediting the players, Domingo said that the last few weeks were tough for the Bangladesh cricketers. 

"It has been a tough couple of weeks before this tour, but the players deserve a lot of credit. The energy and desire they have shown in the last 10 days it has been fantastic. They were willing to try new things. They are playing against a quality side away from home.If someone said to us two weeks ago that we will be one-all coming into Nagpur, no one would have believed it. So we are pretty happy where we are, and it is a great opportunity tomorrow and the guys are really excited about it," he was quoted as saying.

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Rohit Sharma acknowledges Indian bowlers

Rohit, too, acknowledged that his bowlers are inexperienced but "there can't be a better stage to learn". "Yes, they are slightly inexperienced. This is the right time for them to learn. We always say you should play domestic cricket and learn. But I feel that till you play international cricket, you won't know where you stand as a bowler. This is a very good challenge for the whole bowling group," Rohit had said. The young attack comprises Deepak Chahar, Washington Sundar, Khaleel Ahmed, and Rahul Chahar.

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(With Inputs from ANI)

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