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Batsmen lacked temperament, says Pandit

DNMUM381065 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :290

Indore: Mumbai coach Chandrakant Pandit is a hard taskmaster. He calls spade a spade and accepts mistakes unflinchingly.
On Tuesday, the day one of the Ranji Trophy finals against Gujarat here, Mumbai batsmen got out to bad shots. It resulted in his team losing the grip after a promising start. Pandit said that his players lacked temperament and some players couldn’t resist playing their natural game.
“Basically, most of the players in the team like to play their shots. So, I think that little bit temperament is required to handle particular situation and probably we failed in that,” Pandit said at the end of the day’s play.
Batsmen Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav’s got out playing bad shots when both looked set to play long inn
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