though being an Indian would not have wanted to see our wickets falling, as a pure cricket game lover, it was impressive to see the bowling of Behrendorff. It was just beautiful bowling seen after a long time. He is a good talent and Australian selectors should nurture and train him well to give us one of the good bowlers for future. His commitment, body language and attitude was just great to see. How we wish to see such fast bowlers in every team so that the match becomes interesting. Else Australians do not have any worthy bowling except Coulter-Nile. All the other bowlers are hopless, viz. Zampa, Andrew Tye, Marcus Stoinis. No wicket taking aggressiveness or attitude and poor body language especially Stoinis. Even in batting, they are dependent only on the first four. Hence India can easily win the Hyderabad T20. Our bowlers are far better than them. Win and lose is part of the game. Looks like Australia is not keen to win against India, their more concentration is on Ashes.
'Behrendorff success shows up two of our weaknesses : - Against good swing bowling - against good left hand pacers. These will be exploited to the full when we tour England next year. At that time the Shaz- Kohli TV talk shows will pipe down.'