“Can’t Play On Reputation”: Ex-India Bowler’s Scathing Criticism Of Team Selection

Previous India pacer Venkatesh Prasad has pummeled the group determination, saying players can’t be singled out their standing

Previous India pacer Venkatesh Prasad has hammered Team India’s group choice, saying that the players can’t play on standing and he featured on how a portion of the huge names in Indian cricket were dropped from the playing XI once their structure began going downhill. He likewise said that once these enormous players went through a rut in structure, they returned to homegrown cricket to do the hard yards. Prasad’s comments come when there is developing commotion about Virat Kohli’s unfortunate structure.

“Sometime in the past you were out of structure, you would be dropped regardless of notoriety. Sourav, Sehwag,Yuvraj,Zaheer, Bhajji all have been dropped when not in structure. They have returned to homegrown cricket, scored runs and organized a rebound. The measuring sticks appear to have,” Venkatesh Prasad said in his most memorable tweet.

“Changed definitely now, where rest for is being out of structure. This is no chance for progress. There is such a lot of ability in the nation and can’t play on standing. One of India’s most prominent match-victor, Anil Kumble passed on such countless events, need activity’s for a long term benefit,” he composed further.

In the second and third T20Is, Kohli enrolled scores of 1 and 11. The hitter was seen attempting to play forceful cricket, however the rub of the green didn’t turn out well for him.

Before the T20Is, Kohli neglected to get moving in the Edgbaston Test also, enrolling scores of 11 and 20.

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Kohli had last scored a global ton in November 2019 against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens and from that point onward, the three-figure mark has escaped him.

Kohli will next be found in real life against England in a three-match ODI series, starting Tuesday at the Oval, London.

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