Dubai . Outgoing Indian cricket team coach Ravi Shastri wants some players in the top six who can perform as per the team’s requirement to give it more options in the shortest format of the game after all-rounder Hardik Pandya.
Pandya bowled a total of four overs in five Super 12 games in the ICC T20 World Cup and was not impressed with both the ball and the bat. There was a question mark on his fitness even during the Indian Premier League and he did not bowl a single over for Mumbai Indians in the tournament. Captain Rohit Sharma and bowling coach Shane Bond replied on why the ball was not given to the rounder?
Excessive reliance on Pandya’s all-round ability was one of the reasons for India’s defeat. In this matter, Shastri said that this will help Team India to have some players in the top order who can also bowl.
Asked if he saw a place for some all-rounders in the team after Pandya’s flop show, Shastri said, “I think it always helps when you have one or two players in the top order, who are bowling. can do. We have always had this in the past.
Shastri said that it is unfortunate that the team does not have one or two players in the top order who can bowl.
“Unfortunately, we don’t have many options now,” Shastri said. So that could be the way to make sure you have some guys in the top six who can bowl their all-round performance. Even if they have four overs between them, he will help.
In other areas he thought India needed to improve, Shastri said different captains for different formats were one of them. (IANS)
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