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Colombo, Sep 16 (Language) Apart from century winner Shubman Gill, all Indian batsmen were seen struggling against Bangladesh’s spinners on a slow pitch in the Asia Cup Super Four match, but the opening batsman said he will improve his batting to master such pitches. Work with skills.

India were defeated in this match by six runs. Now the team plays the Asia Cup final against Sri Lanka on Sunday. Gill said it is important to focus on this aspect in view of the World Cup and Asia Cup finals.

The Indian team failed to achieve the target of 265 runs despite Gill’s century. “It’s definitely a department we’re trying to improve,” Gill said in the postgame press conference. Before coming here, we had a camp in Bengaluru and we practiced on similar wickets. ,

He said, “The World Cup is such a long tournament that the wicket will get slower as we progress in the tournament. ,

Gill said the Indian batting unit is trying to reduce “dot balls” to increase “batting rotation”.

This opening batsman said: “It’s not that easy for the batsman coming to the crease to reduce those dot balls by rotating the strike. As a batting unit we try to work on that. ,

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