Monday, August 27, 2012

Ross Taylor is hopeful of his team’s comeback in the series

New Zealand captain, Ross Taylor, is hopeful of his team’s comeback in the series with a victory in the second and final game starting from August 31 in Bangalore. The touring team lost the opening game by an innings and 115 runs in Hyderabad.
New Zealand’s performance against India in the first Test match was very disappointing. They were bowled out twice under 200. Their players had to struggle hard to play against spin bowlers.
However, Kiwis have three to four days at their hand before they take on the host nation in the second Test match. The skipper thinks that it is enough time to solve their problems and make a strong come back in Bangalore.
According to Ross Taylor, the players will have to improve their techniques a little bit. Kiwi players were not feeling comfortable against spin bowling. If they want to make a strong come back in the series then they will have no other option to be improve their techniques against spin bowling.
The Kiwi skipper praised India’s good performance. He said that India put a lot of pressure by scoring more than 400 runs and then enforcing follow-on.
He also addressed bowling as their weakness. He gave all credits to spin duo Ravichandran Ashwin and Pragyan Ojha. He said that these two bowlers put lot of pressure on the New Zealand batsmen.