Adelaide: Former captain Sourav Ganguly was baffled by the abject surrender of the Indian batsmen at the Adelaide Oval in the fourth and final Test, saying that even good pitches create problems for batsmen low on confidence.
"Another ordinary batting performance from India, and this time on a good batting surface at the Adelaide Oval. The batting unit has struggled throughout the series but this effort must be really worrying to the players," he said.
"One can argue the wickets in the past Test matches had a lot more seam movement and it wasn't easy but this was an absolute belter. It just goes to show that if the confidence is down, even good pitches create problems. This was a perfect example of that," said Ganguly.