India put up an average total of 152/7 on the board, with just four double-digit scores in the scorecard, led by Varma’s 41-ball 51, which is also his maiden international half-century. “If I am being honest, that was not a pleasing batting performance. The wickets were falling and the track was on the slower side. We could have batted better. 160 plus or 170 would have been a good total,” said skipper Hardik Pandya.