Firstly, it’s no man’s land, where the ball usually drops to know the spot easily and also hit by whom. But couldn’t be caught, and so is the case here. The ball used to be hit by Jay Shah wherever he likes to, and picked therefore by the selectors, coach, and captain. Talented and in-form players like Sanju Samson not included in the playing 11 aren’t the captain’s fault. The way, the ball goes when BCCI Secretary Jay Shah playing unorthodoxly, easily known by the lenses of analysis. Experts have the right to give opinions and with analysis.
There were and are many good players and much more talented players ready to play for India. But what the captain and the coach told to select which player in the playing 11, would come from behind. The job of Jay Shah playing from behind couldn’t be that much easy to understand or point at him directly. If one hits directly one-day, which would be from players like Sanju Samson or Mohsin Khan to name a few.
A man with little cricket knowledge and the least cricket experience becomes the secretary, head or whatever of BCCI. But does he realize where he’s taking India’s cricket. Right at the bottom. No excuse to lose ICC tournaments and be at the top ICC ranking positions.
Top Positions In ICC Rankings & Yet
With the most famous IPL home cricket, which can groom players and capable to produce top-class-cricketers, India still lags behind. Why? This is so because India haven’t yet produced a wicket-taking spin bowler, a leg-spinner or an off-spinner. Also, why Ruturaj Gaikwad not given an opportunity, a second-time as a batter, who can bat at any top position.
You play Mohammed Siraj when you don’t want to play Umran Malik, and vice versa. You play Mohammed Shami occasionally. Also playing Rishabh Pant consistently when you know Sanju Samson is better than him. Where’s the quality of selection in BCCI. Let’s know more.
India ranks currently in the fourth position with regard to ODI. An average of 3 when analyzing what ball cricket – T20Is and ODIs. Well, India have ultimately brought in Suryakumar Yadav when he was about 30 years of age. That’s fine, but having just one or two consistently performing players in the team, can’t win you tournaments, not even Asia Cup.
If Suryakumar Yadav fails in one or two crucial games, then that will be the end of the road for India. Virat Kohli can’t play that much quick. It’s fine, he played his best innings against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. If couple of top-class players left behind from the playing 11, then this is where Indian cricket taking nothing out from their bench-strength. And even the bench-strength is not so strong.
Look at how Rohit Sharma fails to perform consistently. Nothing to worry here, just one good innings from him would give him lot of contracts from top brands. Cricket players these days earn good money, and so their international career of 5 to 6 years would be good enough.
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