New Delhi: India beat England 3-1 in the four-game test series. After losing the first game of the series, the Indian team made a big comeback and won the remaining three matches. After a bad loss against India, the England team are facing criticism from all walks of life. Meanwhile, former England captain Naseer Hussain has also criticized England and questioned their rotation policy.
Absurd rotation policy
Naseer Hussain called England’s rotation policy absurd. He said in an article written for the Daily Mail: “England’s biggest problem is not selection, rest or rotation. More like their schedule. It is absolutely absurd. So I agree with the ECB and understand that it takes care of its players. But the problem is, when they’re spinning players, like I said earlier, it’s not the time to spin. By rotating the players, England did not give themselves the best chance of winning.
A great thing about Butler
Naseer Hussain, speaking about Jos Buttler, said Butler could do well, but was kept in a hotel room. He said: “Rishabh Pant was shooting all around Ahmedabad. Although Butler is the only English player who can perform in this manner, he was still sitting in a hotel room in the same town and rested before the set of safe balls. It didn’t seem right to me at all.
England took the knee
In the Test Against India series, England succumbed to Indian spinners. After winning the first Test of the series by 227 races, England lost the second Test by 317 races, while in the third Test they lost by 10 wickets. England lost by one set and 25 points in the last test of the series.