Aaron finch captain of an Australian cricket team has recently spoken to the media in a pre-Series interview saying that ” In India, you have to be more disciplined”. His views came today after a question from the reporter on the upcoming INDIA vs AUSTRALIA ODI SERIES 2020.
HAVE TO BE DISCIPLINED HE SAID
Aaron Finch said that ” need to be much disciplined with the basics, A lot of times you can get caught into things that aren’t relevant and end the end of the day you need to stick with the basics.“
Cricket is Irrelevant.
Aaron Finch was also asked questions on Australian wildfire with is the worst bushfire breakout in history. Aaron Finch said that ” Cricket is not significant in front of what is happening in Australia. Obviously, everyone is affected due to the bushfire in Australia and cricket takes a backseat in such moments. All we players can do is bring some smiles on the face of fans with our performance and excitement of cricket.”
AUSTRALIA IN SUPER FORM
Australia had a dream run so far after their exit from the ICC ODI World cup 2019 and since then they have won almost everything they have played across all formats. Australia had the better of teams like NZ in Test, England in Ashes and Pakistan in T20s. They had successfully whitewashed Pakistan and Sri Lanka in their last series but now Australia is in India to face the more in form Indian cricket team.
Austalia and India had an ODI series in may last season which Australia won by 3-2. and that was before the world cup earlier this year. But now the Indian team has also had a very successful run lately and certainly in a much more lethal form now.
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