Shouldn’t Have Demoted Rohit Sharma Against New Zealand Because Ishan Kishan Is Like A “Hit-Or-Miss Player”: Sunil Gavaskar is a cricketer from India.

Shouldn’t Have Demoted Rohit Sharma, T20 World Cup, India vs. New Zealand: After India’s loss to New Zealand, Sunil Gavaskar slammed the batting order alterations, which included Ishan Kishan beginning instead of Rohit Sharma.

India’s T20 World Cup semifinal dreams were dealt a huge setback on Sunday when they were defeated by New Zealand by 8 wickets at the Dubai International Stadium. Virat Kohli‘s side had another massive batting collapse, with none of the top-order batsmen scoring more than 20 runs. KL Rahul, the opener, was only able to score 18 runs off 16 balls, and his partner Ishan Kishan could only add four runs to the total. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma scored 14 runs off 14 balls at number three, while Kohli scored nine runs off 17 balls.

Shouldn’t Have Demoted Rohit Sharma, Sunil Gavaskar criticized the batting order adjustments after the game, claiming that Rohit should never have been relegated from his opening position. Kishan, according to the cricket legend, is a “hit-or-miss player” who should never have opened for India.

Gavaskar, speaking on Sports Tak, stated, “I’m not sure if it’s a fear of failure or something else entirely. The batting order alterations, on the other hand, did not aid the squad. At No. 3, a big player like Rohit Sharma is dispatched. Then someone like Kohli, who has amassed such a large number of runs at No. 3, comes in to bat at No. 4.

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