England coach Chris Silverwood admitted that Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel combined with 59 wickets to make the England batsmen's life miserable as this 1-3 defeat would surely “hurt” them for some time to come. Starting off with a big win on a flat deck in Chennai, the visitors stumbled upon the turners in the form of Ashwin (32 wickets) and Axar (27 wickets), who were more troubled by the striker delivery, clinching those English batsmen medically. Rejected formally. He said, “It is 59 wickets in four matches. Maybe it is also a true reflection. It was difficult. He made life very difficult for us, barely scored for the first innings which is something that we are clear about Roopi tries and is proud of herself, working hard for it.
Unlike many former cricketers, the English pundit who has criticized the tracks, Silverwood said it is reasonable to accept that he was completely out in the last three Tests.
“We shocked us on their terms. I am going to give a lot of credit to the Indians. They came back after that first Test. We expected them but they came back very hard,” he said.
This defeat will make the team stronger as they will focus on their performance and performance during the last one month.
“It's going to hurt for a while. And obviously that probably reflects some of the interaction going on between the players and the various coaches, but hopefully we will take the positivity out of it and learn from it and it makes them stronger going forward. Will do. ” “Silverwood said.
Waiting for the prestigious Ashes in Australia later this year, Silverwood said the experience they would learn would help in the long run.
He said, “When you start going out somewhere, you always have to face some bumps on the road. The experience they gain from it will be really down the line.”
Asked how damaging it would be next to the Ashes, he said: “It will change our outlook and what we are trying to achieve now. It will just go down as an experience and really strengthen the side.” Will help to do it. ”Some very good young players were found in that side.
“None of us like to lose a series like this, but I think we'll get to the rewards down the line of experience. It's a very hard place to come and win. As we have time and time again Have seen again, history tells us, not only for England but also for other countries. ”
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