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Chennai: Team India lost 227 points in Chennai’s test against England, after which Virat & Co. led 1-0 in the 4-game series. Indian captain Virat Kohli appeared annoyed by the bowlers.

During the press conference, Virat Kohli expressed his disappointment with the quality of bowling and bowling of the spinners Shahbaz Nadeem (Washington Sundar) and Washington Sundar after the defeat in the first game against Chepak Maidan against the English cricket team. .

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England won the draw and chose to beat first. Thanks to Captain Joe Root’s 218 innings, he scored 578 points. England gave the Indian team a 420-point goal, but India’s second round was reduced to 192.

Kohli said after the game: “The pitch here was flat and slow. To be fair, the quality of the bowling was not the way we have enjoyed it before. In Test Cricket, failure of the ball only after 60 overs is not good for any team.

Virat added: “No team will go through this. The same happened to us the first 2 days but we cannot give any excuses. The England team performed better than us and they deserved the win.

Before Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, the Indian team player, also complained about the ball on Monday. Kohli said that while Ishant Sharma, Jaspreet Bumrah and Ashwin played well, Nadeem and Sundar had plenty of points.

Virat said: “ Speaking of fast bowlers and Ashwin, they played in a good department. But I think if Sundar and Nadeem played better and created pressure, the situation could have been different. With that, England could have scored 80 to 90 points less.

Indian team captain Virat Kohli was also disappointed with the stick, he said: “Also if we look at bat, if we score more than 70-80 points in the opening innings, then the question could be close. “