'It Will Definitely Not Change': Shreyas Iyer On India's New Batting Approach
Virat Kohli's India got a rude awakening in the first T20 International against England after their batting, which was expected to present a new, power-packed approach, failed to get going.
India could make only 124/7 and lost the game to England by eight wickets.
While Kohli admitted that batsmen failed to read the wicket, teammate Shreyas Iyer who was the only one to shine -- scoring 67 out of India's 124, said the approach won't change at all.
"It will definitely not change. Because if you see the batting line-up we have and the power-hitters down the line, we really don't have to change anything to be honest. We have come with a plan and we need to execute it as much as possible. Because going into the world Cup, we have to see to it that we have ticked all the boxes and this we have to try as much as possible. This is a five-match series, so it is a perfect time to see what us," said Iyer while speaking to the media after the match.