Not only the champion teams but also the star players of India have been in a state of shock among the fans. With just a few months to go before the T20 World Cup series, it is a matter of concern that so many Indian star players are falling apart.
Of the opener Rohit Sharma, Ishant Kishan and KL Rahul, only Rahul has excelled. The other two continue to play well.
Next middle order players like Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer did not make a big impact. The Rishabh ball, which is famous for its action, is also seen as shocking as it does not play consistently.
The only good thing is that Hardik Pandya is mixing in both batting and bowling. In the next bowling department, Bumra, Mohammad Shami, Umesh Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav and Yuvendra Sahal continue to excel. Jadaja is also leaving the fort on the field due to captaincy pressure.
With Indian players continuing to play so badly, many are questioning whether the young players who have excelled in the IPL 15 season will be replaced by Ishant Kishan, Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer.
BCCI Administrator Info:
A BCCI executive who spoke on the matter shared some important information. “We do not take into account playing in the IPL. By no means is it fair to weigh in on the Indian players by keeping playing in a single series and also playing with newcomer youngsters who are acting under pressure. At present, all the losers in the IPL are those who have played immensely before that, ”he said.
He added, “Thus, we will not take into account playing in the IPL. The bowling department itself is not strong. Thus, we will consider giving a place in the Indian team to the bowlers who perform well in the IPL. Some young fast bowlers continue to perform well, ”he said.
With this, it is expected that the likes of Umran Malik and Prasidh Krishna, who are bowling well in the IPL, will continue to get a chance in the Indian team. Similarly, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Aswin, who are struggling in the IPL, are also likely to be sidelined.