Commenting on the recent performance of the Indian cricket team in the series of ongoing tests against England, the chairman of the Committee of Administrators (CoA), Vinod Rai, said on Sunday that once the team manager presents his report, it will be taken an opinion about it Rai told ANI: "I am not compromising anything, but there is always a review, once the team manager presents his report, we will analyze it."
India conceded a series defeat to England, which has raised a series of questions about the performance of the team. Although the team gained an advantage in some sessions of the Test series, the batters have been inconsistent and the bowlers, who impressed with their tight lines, failed to pass the lower order of the English hitters.
Currently, England has an irreproachable advantage of 3-1 in the Test series. India had lost the first test at Edgbaston for 31 races, chasing a goal of 194. While the men in blue were surprised at Lord's in the second game with a loss of tickets and 159 races, India bounced back with a better performance to win the third race in Nottingham for 203 races.
However, in the fourth test at Southampton, India had squandered the advantage they got before in the first possibility, with the low-ranking English bats making jokes in the second possibility. Setting a target of 244, India crossed to 123 by 3 in one stage, before collapsing to have a total of 184. It was the team's third consecutive defeat in England.
Currently, in the fifth and final Test in The Oval, India is in an uncomfortable situation, with a score of 174 by 6, in response to the 332 of England in the first possibility, and is behind by 158 races.