Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been seemed quite pleased with the operations of the Indian spinners in the last match against West Indies where they registered the seven-wicket victory against them.

Leg-spinner Amit Mishra (2-18 of four), off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (1-24 of four) and left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja (3-48 of four) has used up all the seven wickets of the Caribbean batsmen for India and thus reduced them to 129 for seven off their 20 overs.

When Men in Blue started with the bat they stumbled at the start, when opener Shikhar Dhawan got out by the West Indies bowler at no run. But presently the position had been covered by the other opener Rohit Sharma, who did a marvellous 62 off 55 balls and ended with not out condition; Virat Kohli gave him his broad support by scoring another amazing innings of 54 off 41 balls. Therefore, India reached their aim with two eggs to spare in Mirpur.

Dhoni said that his bowlers did a brilliant job and the pitches in Bangladesh have provided them the requisite conditions. “As far as the bowling is considered, I’m very pleased to find out how the spinners are bowling well.” He said.

“Though there is an all bit of help for them but at the same time you still bear to hold through your plans easily. In this Twenty20 format you’ve to face some heavy hitters in the opposition that you bear to handle very gingerly.” He added another finger. “I’m very really happy with the operation of our spinners so far and obviously with the execution of the poachers who contributed a lot though it was part-timer.”

But it’s a long way the squad has to survive in this contest. “But even so there’s a long path to get in this tournament – two more matches at least in the qualifying stage.” Dhoni stated.

Indian team is at present taking the prior spot in the Group Two in the Super 10 stage after confirming victory from both the matches against Pakistan and West Indies. They bear to face off Bangladesh and Australia in the coming matches.

Dhoni set apart admiration for the Man-of-the-Match Amit Mishra, who has claimed four wickets at an average of 10 and economy rate of five runs per over this tournament. In accordance with him, Mishra was far from his best in their win over Pakistan, but will only start out better as the tournament goes on. “He (Mishra) bowled really well and he used his variations well,” Dhoni said.

“There will be odd games where he sometimes gets hit, it’s still important, he backs his strength and his strength will be utilizing the flight and using the variations that he’s got.” Dhoni signed-off.


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