Ex-Indian Batter: “T20 Cricket Needs To Explore”: Toss Playing Key Role in Asia Cup
In the most recent Asia Cup, Sanjay Manjrekar underlined how crucial the toss was. Additionally, he underlined that India lost tosses in all three of the Super 4 games whereas Afghanistan lost two of their three matches.
The Asia Cup championship game between Pakistan and Sri Lanka will take place on Sunday at the Dubai International Stadium. Afghanistan’s Super 4 matches were all losses, while India, the expected favorite, was only able to win one of their final three games. The significance of the toss in the match was recently highlighted by former Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar. Additionally, he underlined that India lost tosses in all three of the Super 4 games whereas Afghanistan lost two of their three matches.
Manjrekar wrote on Twitter, “T20 Cricket needs to look into a fairer method. Teams that lost the most tosses in super 4s are not in the finals, which is an important fact about this Asia Cup. India lost all three. 2. Afghanistan Therefore, who receives a significant advantage cannot be determined by the flip of a coin.
Fact that cannot be ignored in this Asia cup – Teams that lost most tosses in super 4s are not in the finals. India lost all 3. Afghanistan 2. Hence spin of the coin cannot decide who gets a very significant advantage. T20 Cricket needs to explore a fairer method.
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) September 9, 2022
The super 4 finals do not include the teams that lost the most tosses. It is a fact about this Asia Cup that cannot be avoided. India lost each match. 2. Afghanistan As a result, it is impossible to tell who will have a huge advantage by simply tossing a coin. T20 Cricket ought to investigate a more equal strategy.
It is noteworthy to note that Australia won the toss six out of the seven occasions at the T20 World Cup last year, which was held in the United Arab Emirates.
Before the match against Afghanistan, Team India’s head coach talked about the Asia Cup disaster and how one shouldn’t be concerned about the team’s two losses in the tournament.
We have lost a couple games on a field where defense has been a challenge. Dravid said on Star Sports that just because we have lost a few games doesn’t make us a bad team.
I don’t think we need to overreact to anything, he said. “It is a balanced environment, whether we win or lose, and the path continues.”
India’s next opponent in a three-match T20I series is Australia, which gets underway on September 20.
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