Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann feels India have some quality players in its ranks to still effect a turnaround in the ongoing four-match series Down Under, despite a drubbing in the opener in Adelaide.
India was bundled out for its lowest-ever Test score of 36 in the second innings at Adelaide Oval as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the first pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
“It will be hard now for them, but they’ve actually got some quality players if they can get on a roll,” Lehmann told ‘SA Sportsday’.
The 50-year-old former Australia batsman opined that India has a potent bowling attack and if its batsmen cope with the bounce well, then the tourists could stage a comeback in the series.
“They can certainly cause some trouble with the ball, it’s just whether the batsmen…