Domingo astounded by batting breakdowns, says changes will be made

Bangladesh lead trainer Russell Domingo is perplexed by his group’s steady batting implodes in Tests and said that he will roll out certain improvements to fix this issue.

Bangladesh lost the second Test of the two-match series by 10 wickets to Sri Lanka on Friday, which implied they additionally lost the series 0-1.

In the primary innings of the match in Dhaka, the hosts were diminished to 24-5 preceding Liton Das and Mushfiqur Rahim’s heroics got them to a more than serious first innings score.

In any case, in the second innings another breakdown occurred as this time they were diminished to 23-4. Liton and Shakib Al Hasan scored half hundreds of years yet saving the group from defeat wasn’t sufficient.

In the post-match question and answer session, Domingo acknowledged that he, when all is said and done, is looking for the purpose for such batting breakdowns.

“On the off chance that we knew the response, it presumably could never have worked out. Be that as it may, we must accomplish something other than what’s expected. Whether that means to switch the request up, check a couple of things out. In the two innings, we were 24-4, 23-4 in the principal innings. You won’t win Test matches from those positions. That is certainly something we want to check out and we must change something.”

Domingo communicated his dissatisfaction about his group not neglecting to underwrite when they are in a decent position and neglecting the match.

“In the main Test against Sri Lanka, they are six down for 161, they wind up drawing, West Indies pursue down 400… against South Africa, we are getting into a decent position, Rabbi (Yasir Ali) gets run out. Such countless little mix-ups that get made at significant stages. Ideally with more experience, more certainty that conviction will come. However, to get that certainty, you want to dominate some matches.”
“There are such countless encouraging points to remove from it. We appear to getting so close, we are getting into great positions and afterward we have a terrible meeting. For the players, I am certain it is similarly baffling for them. Since they are turning out to be beneficial things, retaliating. However, they are getting behind the game at specific stages. Like I said, there are a great deal of up-sides, we are contending, we are in the game for four days and afterward we have such a terrible meeting that it is basically impossible that back.”

The South African is frantic to break this pattern of frustration and to do that he will roll out certain improvements to the Test group.