Hubli: All-rounder Abhishek Nayar, who led his team's bowling attack with a four-wicket haul, said not giving too many boundaries to the West Indies A batsmen helped India A restrict the visitors to 268 all out in their first innings of the third unofficial Test Series here on Wednesday. (Read match report from Day 1)
"We had a meeting during the lunch break. They were going great guns and only thing was to restrict and not give away easy boundaries. They were playing aggressive shots rather than playing patiently," he told reporters at the end of the first day's play of third unofficial Test here.
Asked what went through his mind when WI A were surging ahead with 175 for three at tea, Kulkarni said he adopted aggressive approach towards the batsmen and didn't think about taking wickets.