India got the target of 145 runs in the second test.
Team India lost 4 wickets in 50 runs.
new Delhi. The second Test match between India and Bangladesh is going on in Dhaka. There was a lot to see in this match. Team India is looking very difficult in the second innings. However, on the third day, India bundled out the hosts for 314 runs. But after that, the visiting team started chasing 145 runs and did not have a good start. At the same time, changes were also seen in the batting lineup. After which former Indian veteran Sunil Gavaskar has given a befitting reply to captain KL Rahul and coach Rahul Dravid.
In fact, the flop show of Team India’s captain Rahul remained intact while Gill also continued to walk cheaply. After that former captain Virat Kohli was expected to come at number 3. But Akshar Patel came to bat and many people were surprised after seeing this. Not only this, Rishabh Pant’s number was there after Virat’s dismissal but Jaydev Unadkat came to bat. India has lost 4 of its batsmen within 50 runs. After such a change, Sunil Gavaskar has expressed displeasure on Rahul and Dravid.
Virat is the best batsman in the world – Sunil Gavaskar
Gavaskar told on Sony Sports after the third day, ‘This does not send a good message to Kohli. He is the best batsman in the world. Unless Kohli himself asks for it, that is a different matter. We don’t know what happened in the changing room. But it is quite difficult. Whether there is a left-handed batsman or not. Pant should be sent to bat tomorrow. Stop using this right and left.
Commentators also made fun of
Former veterans Ajay Jadeja and Saba Karim, who were part of the Hindi panel on Sony Sports, also talked about the issue. Jadeja said that Virat is the best batsman in the world and 15 overs were left. At the same time, Saba Karim called it the idea of left-right combination. But then he said, ‘Had Rishabh Pant taken a sleeping pill?’ However, he defended this saying that it is easy for those people to say this. They don’t know whether someone is feeling well or not.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 25, 2022, 06:55 IST