When the balance between followers of an orthodox style and those with an unorthodox approach is jilted, cricket as a sport suffers.
One is not suggesting that the current crops of Indian cricketers don't give their 100 percent on foreign tours. The problem lies in their non-acceptance of the playing conditions. It's this negative mindset which is a deterrent in them performing well overseas.
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