India, Jan. 15 -- Team India captain hinted before the first ODI that he would play Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul and hence, he would drop down to number 4 in the batting order. However, when this move transpired it did not yield the required dividends for the hosts. In many ways, when Rahul and Dhawan got out in quick succession, India lost their momentum and their innings went off track. "He has won so many games for India at number three. There is no need to change that," Harbhajan Singh questioned the move during commentary.

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Former India player Sanjay Manjrekar too criticised the move and said that this disrupted the bat...