India skipper MS Dhoni yesterday came up with a shocker when he said he was "confused" during the second Test at Sydney which India lost to Australia by an innings and 68 runs.
India scored a paltry 191 runs in the first innings after which the hosts piled on 659 for 4 declared. Dhoni said at the post-match conference: "After scoring 200 runs, when you see batsmen scoring freely, you get confused whether to get them out or to stop them from scoring briskly.
If we can't break it, we should be able to contain it so that we can wait for second new ball. But if they have already scored close to 300 runs, it becomes very difficult."