The young guns did it for Team India, as winning the 3 Match ODI series 2-0, the young players showed a lot of character and proved their worth in the team. Team India’s skipper Suresh Raina was very pleased with the performance of some of the young players. Raina said he was impressed by Stuart Binny and Mohit Sharma for bowling with such responsibilities defending a low total. With World Cup 2015 forthcoming the signs are looking pretty good for Team India form the young bowling perspective.
A young Team India bagged the series 2-0 as the third match of the series was abandoned due to consistent downpour of rain. Even though India failed to produce a good batting performance in both the last two games, Raina was happy with the teams overall performance. At the post Match ceremony when asked Raina said “I am very happy with the way the team performed especially the way Stuart Binny and Mohit Sharma bowled along with Umesh Yadav. We played good cricket, especially when you know World Cup is coming up, a lot of youngsters showed their character.”
The series was on an equal level as far as the bowling performances are concerned for both the Teams. The Indian skipper didn’t denied the fact that Bangladesh bowled really well, especially Taskin Ahmed on his debut picking up five wicket haul, Taskin bowled exceptional line and length giving the Indian batters a tough time on the field. He was the find for Bangladesh form the series.
Stuart Binny was selected as the Man Of The Series for his overall good performance, He became the only Indian bowler with such best figures in an ODI breaking Anil Kumble‘s record which lasted for over two decades and a year. So far so good Team India has shown its potential to win even without the big names under the leadership of Raina, from the batting perspective there’s a lot to be improved, Team India would be taking positives out from this series and look forward to the cricket to be played ahead, with such convincing performances in the last series players will be fancying their chances for the upcoming series of England,