The three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka end up being a triumph for India. Despite the fact that they lost the last ODI by three wickets, the way that they took the series 2-1 for certain productive exhibitions from young people was the greatest increase for Shikhar Dhawan’s young group.
In the event that in the main ODI, the batting clicked as a unit, Deepak Chahar’s endeavors with the bat in the subsequent match dominated numerous hearts. Indeed, even in the third game on Friday, playing their presentation game, Chetan Sakariya and Rahul Chahar got wickets and driven a late fightback.
Notwithstanding, in case there were positives, there were sure difficulties also, with previous India opening batsman Virender Sehwag calling attention to who as indicated by him was the ‘greatest dissatisfaction’ for Team India. In spite of the fact that Sehwag was incredulous of Hardik Pandya’s endeavors with the bat, it was Manish Pandey’s powerlessness to set up a major score in every one of the three matches that he regretted the most. Pandey scored 26, 37 and 11 out of three games when there wasn’t a lot of tension on him and Sehwag figures it very well might be the stopping point for the India batsman in ODIs until further notice.