India's bowling a concern: Kapil

Updated: 02 March 2011 18:16 IST

Former India captain Kapil Dev feels that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men should have won their match against England and team's bowling attack is a concern.

India's bowling a concern: Kapil
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Mumbai:

Former India captain Kapil Dev feels that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men should have won their match against England and team's bowling attack is a concern.

"We can see that (bowling is weak). I don't need to say it," Kapil was forthright when asked about the performance of Indian bowlers.

"If you compare the bowlers with our batsmen, then yes, the bowling is weak. But that does not mean they can't bowl at all. They are the ones who have won us matches in the last two years," the captain of the 1983 World Cup winning team added.

"I really don't want to criticise, but yes, at one level if you score 338 runs and only manage a tie...I mean England played better cricket and they won according to me...after 338 we should not have lost or tied the game.

Topics : Cricket ICC World Cup, 2011 Kapil Dev
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