Disappointed with the humiliating losses against Sri Lanka and West Indies in the ongoing tri-series, cricket lovers have put the blame of those defeats on poor fielding, and believe India will now be under immense pressure.

Defending World Cup and Champions Trophy champions India slumped to a humiliating 161-run defeat against Sri Lanka in the third match of the Caribbean tri-series. India have now lost both the matches they have played so far and sit at the bottom of the points table going into the second round of games. Sri Lanka picked up a bonus point for restricting India to below 278.
 
On a rare off day, where they welcomed their 22nd ODI skipper in Virat Kohli after regular incumbent MS Dhoni’s hamstring injury, India failed to pick themselves up right from the start. A masterclass in batting from openers Upul Tharanga (174 not out off 159 balls) and Mahela Jayawardene (107 off 112 balls) enabled Sri Lanka to post a commanding 348 for one, before the famed Indian batting line-up could not even manage 200.