"Happy to see variations coming out well"
Indian spinner Amit Mishra, who was adjudhed the 'Man of the Match' in the World T20 match against West Indies, on Sunday said he is happy that his 'variations' are working.
"I've done a lot of hard work in the nets for my variations and I'm happy they are coming out well," Mishra said.
Mishra took two wickets in the match.
India skipper MS Dhoni appreciated opener Rohit Sharma's unbeaten 62-run knock against West Indies and said it was important for him to bat through in the match.
"It was important for Rohit to bat through, we all know the kind of batsman he is, on a pitch like this ... he will take plenty from this game," he said.
He said Indian bowlers have been tested and they have bowled well in the tournament.
"We are playing well, so it doesn't really matter that everyone should get a chance, our bowlers have bowled well, they have been tested. In the coming matches the other batsmen may get a chance," he said.
Dhoni said his team will like to think on one game at a time.
"Let's take it one game at a time, no point thinking too far ahead, we could have finished it an over earlier but that was up to the batsmen in the middle," the Indian skipper said.
India defeated West Indies by seven wickets in a World T20 group stage match here.
(Posted on 24-03-2014)
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