Rohit’s statement came after the humiliating defeat in T20 WC, said – cannot teach anyone to deal with pressure

Adelaide. India captain Rohit Sharma said his players came under pressure in the T20 World Cup semi-final against England here on Thursday. He blamed the poor performance of his bowlers for the embarrassing 10-wicket loss.

 Due to poor performance by the Indian bowlers, England openers Alex Hales and Jos Buttler chased down the target of 169 runs in four overs without losing any wicket. After the match, Rohit said that I am very disappointed with today’s result. We batted well towards the end of our innings and made this score. We were not good at bowling.

It was certainly not a wicket in which a team would have achieved the target in 16 overs. Today we could not do well with the ball. He said that when you reach the knockout stage, it becomes important to deal with the pressure in it. It also depends on each person. You can’t teach anyone how to deal with pressure. When these players play in the IPL playoffs, these matches are very high pressure matches and they deal with it well.

Rohit said that the way we started with the ball, it was not ideal. We were a little nervous. The Indian captain praised the England openers. You have to give credit to their openers, they played very well. I think it swings a bit in the first over, but not in the right areas. He said that when we won the first match, there was a lot of passion in it. The match against Bangladesh was a bit tricky. I think we kept our composure and stuck to our plan. Couldn’t do that today.

England captain Jos Buttler heaped praise on the team for their impressive comeback after a shocking defeat to Ireland at the start of the tournament. He said that the kind of spirit we have shown after the loss to Ireland is fantastic. We were very excited to be here. Butler said that the player, already ranked 11th, did well today. We always want to start fast and aggressively.

Praising Hales, he said that Hales used the ground well and showed his form. He was awesome today. Our performance was excellent. Hales was adjudged man of the match for his unbeaten half-century of 86 off 47 balls. He called it a special innings and the best night of his career as he never expected to play another World Cup. He said that this will definitely be the top of the perfect innings. Big moment, taking on India in the semi-finals of the World Cup. Glad that I played such a special innings.

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