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No longer good players of spin bowling

While the result at Southampton was disappointing, and make no mistake, the Indian cricket team has thrown away two glorious opportunities to win away series in South Africa and England, what should be a matter of great concern is the Indian batsmen’s struggle against Moeen Ali. When you take in to account the fact that India lost a test in Pune to Australia when they could not handle Steven O’ Keefe, when you take into account the team’s struggles against Monty Panesar in 2012, when you take into account that Rangana Herath bowled Sri Lanka to victory and bowled India out in a test a at Galle in 2015, one aspect becomes abundantly clear- Indian batsmen are no longer great players of spin bowling.
Indians have always been proud of the fact that their batsmen were the best players of spin bowling. Spin bowling has never been a threat for the Indian batsmen. Shane Warne troubled batsman all over the world but never posed a problem to Indian batsmen- handled with great confidence and skil…

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