New Delhi: Indian bowlers, especially off-spinner Harbhajan Singh, need to re-think their strategy for the flat sub-continental pitches or the team's World Cup campaign could be derailed despite a strong batting line-up, feels former batsman Sanjay Manjrekar.
"Indian bowlers tend to struggle on flat pitches. They need to re-think their strategy on such surfaces. Harbhajan Singh, especially, needs to find ways to get batsmen out on batting-friendly wickets," the former cricketer said.
The Mumbaikar feels the tied match against England should serve as wake-up call to the team's think-tank. Despite posting a mammoth 338, India could only manage to get a point from the game as the English easily negotiated the Indian attack and at one stage threatened to even walk away with the match.