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India are not thinking of winning now, said captain Panth

India captain Rishabh Panth lost the toss in four consecutive matches. India must win this match to survive in the series.

India captain Rishabh Panth lost the toss in four consecutive matches. He had tossed with his right hand in the previous three matches. In the fourth match, Rajkot tossed with his left hand. Even then the fate did not change. India must win this match to survive in the series. But for now, Panth is not thinking of winning. The Indian captain wants to focus on the way they play cricket.

After losing the toss, Panth said, “We have to win this match. But now I am not thinking of winning. I want to focus on the way I am playing cricket. We have to increase the speed of the run in the middle over. That’s what everyone on the team is trying to do. If the method is right, success will come. ”

The importance of the toss in the game of the night was understood in the first two matches of the series. South Africa captain Temba Bavuma has decided to bowl first after winning the toss in all four matches. Panth said he would have made the same decision if he had won the toss. “We used to play ball first,” he said. But the toss is not in our hands. So I will try to play well on the field.

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