Ahmedabad: Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan yesterday urged his team to change its approach and said that the batsmen must look to attack more in the first 10 overs when they clash against India in the second ODI today.
Sri Lanka lost their opening one-dayer by 169 runs after India posted an imposing 363 for five.
"I think in any match you have to start well and especially when you are chasing 350-plus. We didn't do that and they (India) bowled really well. The two new-ball bowlers were really good. But come tomorrow, I think we have to change our approach," said Dilshan.
"We need to attack a bit in the first 10 overs and put the Indian bowlers under pressure. We didn't take the risk (at Cuttack) but it might be tomorrow," he said.