The year 2016 has been more than hectic for the world of cricket and the schedule for the remainder of the year is not really comfortable for many teams all over the world.
After the Asia Cup and the World T20, the Indian players were busy with the IPL along with their international counter-parts who looked exhausted at the end of the T20 event in May.
However, to promote the sport in backward areas such as Zimbabwe, ICC along with BCCI scheduled a short tour to Zimbabwe with just 3 ODIs and 2 T20 to be played this month.
And the Men in Blue who sent a second string team with skipper MS Dhoni the only senior member in the squad to test the strength of the domestic circuit in the country.
India managed to white-wash the ODI series and won the T20 series 2-1 with a victory in the last game with just 3 runs as the fringe players in the side took the opportunity to prove themselves at the highest stage.
With the series now coming to an end, let’s take a look at 5 things that the India’s tour of Zimbabwe this year taught us:
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