Mumbai (Maharashtra), Jan. 14 -- : After suffering a 10 wickets defeat at the hands of Australia, Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan said that middle-order collapse did not allow the team to post a big score.
"When KL got out, that time we planned to accelerate, then four wickets we lost in a clutter where we lost momentum. We were targeting 300 runs but due to the loss of wicket, we ended scoring fewer runs on that sort of a wicket," Dhawan said at the post-match press conference.
The 34-year-old said that the team failed to take early wickets and were outclassed by the visitors.
"We could not take early wickets and they outplayed us. We will just analyze where we went wrong and mentally work on it. We are a strong team and we will get ba...