New Delhi: England fast bowler Jade Dernbach said his side will have to come up with an improved performance in all departments of the game in the second one-dayer against India, if they are to bounce back in the five-match ODI series in New Delhi on Monday.
India crushed England by 126 runs in the first ODI in Hyderabad on Friday, but Dernbach said the visitors have the wherewithal to beat the hosts.
"There are quite a few areas where we went wrong in the last match and in order to pose challenge to India we have to improve in all three departments of the game," said Dernbach on Sunday.
India's spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja sizzled in the slow conditions in Hyderabad, taking three wickets each, but Dernbach felt it will not be only about tackling the tweakers, as his team will have to play well overall as well.
"In the last game we did not do well in general and it was not only about the spinners," he said.
The 25-year-old pacer, though, conceded that it was a "disappointing" show by his side in the opening match, but said there was enough time to bounce back in the series.
"It was one of those games where things did not go right for us but we still have four games to rectify our mistakes," said Dernbach.
He also insisted that the visitors would have to quickly adapt to the sub-continent conditions.
"One always has to be flexible depending on the conditions. Here it is certainly different from England. The humidity level is very high so you have to find ways to adapt as soon as possible and keep improving," explained the bowler.
Hailing his teammates, Dernbach said, "Every individual brings some quality to the side and we are backing each other to come out and do their best."