Former Indian batter on team’s struggles to find the right combination: “We Don’t Manage All-Rounders Well.”

Former Indian batter on team’s struggles to find the right combination: “We Don’t Manage All-Rounders Well.”. Wasim Jaffer, a former India batter. Has identified some potential causes for why Team India has recently struggled to find the right combination in white-ball cricket.

Wasim Jaffer, a former India batter, has suggested several potential explanations for why Team India. Has recently had difficulty assembling the ideal white-ball cricket lineup. Team India substitute Deepak Hooda for Sanju Samson in the second ODI match currently being play against New Zealand. Social media users are criticizing the team’s choice,although it does make sense given that they went with a hitter who can roll his arm over. Team India’s bowling was deem wanting in the first ODI after all five specialist bowlers gave up runs, and there was no sixth alternative available.

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“Sanju was dropped despite playing well cos we don’t have enough all rounders and part time options. My two cents on why there’s a dearth of all rounders and part timers. #NZvIND #SanjuSamson.”

Jaffer posted a message on Twitter.

Jaffer continued by alleging that India has not been treating its all-rounders with the proper management and has not been providing them with opportunities to grow. He offered his opinion on the dearth of batters who can roll their arm over today.

“Lack of all-rounders: We don’t mnage all rounders well. Because there aren’t many around, we’re quick to play them at the highest level, but then after few bad outings, they’re out as quickly as they got in. Vijay Shankar, Venky Iyer, Shivam Dube and Krunal Pandyta few examples. Need to show patience while they develop,”

Jaffer write on his post.

“Lack of part time bowling options: With bowling machines and throwdown specialists around, batters have stopped bowling in the nets,”

he continue

Team India fell short of the target of 306 in the first One-Day International against New Zealand, losing by seven wickets.

On Wednesday, the third and final one-day match of the series will be played.

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