India’s Attitude in the series win at NZ

‘Attitude’ is the correct word. Ever since India played their first over in NZ 2009, they did take a aggressive bang (Hayden-Gilchrist) approach, and didn’t look back, even after losing the T20s 0-2. And it paid dividends. They convincingly won the ODI series, and the attitude forever put pressure on the NZ bowlers. It then started reaping bonus – on the first day of last test, when the team scored 376 – their highest total on a single test match day. For my generation, it took 4 trips to NZ – 1990, 1998, 2002, 2009 (each trip meant waking at … Continue reading India’s Attitude in the series win at NZ