New Delhi. Virat Kohli is currently on the target of fans. Team India has not been able to perform well in the T20 World Cup so far. In the first match of the tournament (T20 World Cup 2021), he lost to Pakistan by 10 wickets and in the second match to New Zealand by 8 wickets. The team will face Afghanistan (India vs Afghanistan) in the third match today. The team can also make changes in the playing-11 in this match. After the first match, two changes were made in the second match. However, it is now looking very difficult for the team to reach the semi-finals.
During practice on Tuesday, a day before the match, coach Ravi Shastri was seen having a long conversation with Suryakumar Yadav. It is being speculated that he may get a chance against Afghanistan. He could not play against New Zealand due to back pain. Ishan Kishan, who came in his place, was failing and could score only 4 runs. Suryakumar Yadav had scored 11 runs against Pakistan in the first match.
Rohit can be seen bowling
Team India’s batsmen have failed in the first two matches. The bowlers have also not been able to do anything amazing so far. Our bowlers have been able to take only 2 wickets in 2 matches. Both the wickets have been received by fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. In the last match, Hardik Pandya was tried as the sixth bowler. He gave 17 runs in 2 overs. During practice on Tuesday, Rohit Sharma was seen bowling. He has taken a hat-trick in IPL as an off-spinner. In such a situation, he can be tried as the 7th bowler against Afghanistan.
Afghanistan team at number two
Afghanistan’s team is currently at number two in Group-2 of Super-12 with 4 points. The team remains in the race for the semi-finals. The team has won the matches against Namibia and Scotland, while they were defeated in close matches against Pakistan. The team has to play important matches against India and New Zealand. If Team India loses this match then it will be out of the tournament. There have been 2 matches between India and Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup so far. Team India has won in both. In 2010, the team won by 7 wickets and in 2012 by 23 runs.