The third ODI between India and Bangladesh will be played on Saturday. Washington Sundar worked hard on his batting with Rahul Dravid.
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The third ODI match between India and Bangladesh will be played on Saturday. The Indian team has already lost the series. He performed poorly in the first two matches and the result was that Bangladesh came back from defeat in both the matches to register a resounding victory. However, Team India would now like to win the third ODI at any cost because if the clean sweep is done, then it will have to face a lot of criticism. This is the reason why Team India practiced hard on Friday. Head coach Rahul Dravid paid special attention to Washington Sundar, who apart from off-spin, is also batting in the middle order.
Washington Sundar, who batted artistic before the third ODI, told that he is improving power hitting according to the need of the team for next year’s World Cup. Sundar, known for his timing and placement with the bat, has played some blistering innings. He recently scored an aggressive half-century on the New Zealand tour, while the Sunrisers Hyderabad player played a memorable 14-ball 40 against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.
Sundar has got the responsibility of powerhitting
Washington Sundar told the media, ‘For the last few years, I am getting the role of fast batting. It requires a special kind of batting and I am working accordingly. I am working on the need of batting in that batting order. Washington is happy that their hard work is now paying off. He said, ‘I am happy that in the last few months I got good results of my hard work. Hopefully, I will be able to continue doing well in the times to come. Will be able to perform in any batting order or situation.
Sundar wants to play world cup
This Tamil Nadu player said, ‘The last match was a great opportunity for me. Looking at the World Cup next year, I want to be the kind of player who can play in any position, in any combination, wherever the team requires. I want to be the kind of player that the team can use wherever they want.
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The all-rounder, who took five wickets in the opening two matches of the series, said, ‘I want to be able to contribute to my potential, contribute in such a way that the team can win most of the matches and ultimately be successful in the World Cup. . I just want to live in the present and keep doing well, keep getting better in every aspect of the game.