Madan Lal says India lacks grit and tenacity in recent years . Former coach says team lacks love of serving the country .
Madan Lal, a former coach, attacked India on Thursday after the team's ODI series loss in Bangladesh, claiming that the team lacks grit and tenacity and was heading in the wrong direction.India lost by five wickets to Bangladesh in the second ODI in Mirpur on Wednesday, ending the series 0-2 after losing by one wicket in the first ODI.The Indian team is certainly not going in the right direction.Lately, I haven't noticed the level of tenacity in the team.They are not really an Indian team at all.That love of serving the country is missing.Either their bodies are too drained or they are just going through the motions.And this is a serious problem for Deepak Chahar, who has been harmed by injury this season, as he couldnt complete his quota of overs during the second ODI. If the captain says this, then something is wrong somewhere.Who is at fault For this, are coaches to blame?Why are unfit players playing?Sit back and enjoy the match.Vuukle says that you are playing international cricket and that the end is in front of you. If you aren't able to win ICC trophies, your country's cricket is going to die.India crashed out of the T20 World Cup after losing in the semifinals to eventual champions England.After losing their super 4 games to Pakistan and Sri Lanka, Rohit Sharma and Co also left the Asia Cup early in 2015.Lal blamed top-order batters for India's poor performance in recent years.How many centuries they (seniors) have scored in the last three years and how many have been in the last one year With the age factor, your hand-eye coordination has slowed.But they are experienced players and they should have achieved.You are not going to win if your top order performs well.The 71-year-old former all-rounder chastised the bowlers for their inability to defend their bowling team. Bangladesh won 271 after scoring 69 for six.What's the deal with it?Listen to the new tracks, only on JioSaavn.com.Asked if there was a need to have different players for different formats, Lal explained: Every country is playing like that. Why not have different players for different formats?All countries are doing it, and India should do the same.Featured Video Of The DayInjury Is Much Worrier Than Losing Matches For Team India.