Danish Kaneria raised questions on Rishabh Pant captaincy vs South Africa in 1st T20I IND vs SA


Danish Kaneria on Rishabh Pant: India had to face defeat by 7 wickets in the first T20 against South Africa. After this crushing defeat, questions were being raised on the captaincy of Rishabh Pant in the cricket corridors. Pant has been captaining the IPL for the last two years, but he has got a chance to lead Team India for the first time. KL Rahul was appointed captain in the absence of Rohit Sharma but the opener has been ruled out of the series due to injury. Questioning Pant’s captaincy, now former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has said that Pant did not use the bowlers properly in the first T20.

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In the first match of the series against South Africa, Hardik Pandya got a chance to bowl only 2.1 overs from Yuzvendra Chahal. Kaneria says that when the team has bowlers like Axar Patel, there was no need to bowl to Chahal in the powerplay.

Speaking to Ku App, Danish Kaneria said “India lost the first T20 against South Africa. Rishabh Pant was leading the team in the absence of KL Rahul as he was ruled out of the series due to injury, under Pant’s captaincy. Defending 211 runs, Pant did not rotate the bowlers well and bowling Chahal in the power-play was not a good option when bowlers like Axar were in the team. Rotation of the fast bowler’s overs and Hardik was only given Giving an over was also very wrong.

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Let us tell you, in this match, on the basis of Ishan Kishan’s half-century and Hardik Pandya’s stormy innings, India had set a huge target of 212 runs in front of South Africa. This score was achieved by the visiting team on the basis of half-centuries from David Miller and Rossi van der Dussen with five balls to spare. The second match of the series is to be played on June 12 in Cuttack.

 

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