Wednesday, October 20, 2021

These 4 players of Team India lost their luck, the selectors cut the card from the T20 World Cup

New Delhi: The T20 World Cup 2021 is going to start from October 17 on UAE soil. In this mega event of ICC, India is being considered as a strong contender for the title. This time the selectors have selected many new faces in Team India. The luck of many players is open, while the hearts of some are also broken. There are 4 players of India who lost their luck and the selectors cut their cards from the T20 World Cup. Let’s take a look at these 4 players:

Prithvi Shaw

Team India’s explosive batsman Prithvi Shaw, who specializes in explosive batting like Rishabh Pant, was not even paid by the selectors for the T20 World Cup. In the team of T20 World Cup, selectors could give Prithvi Shaw a chance as an opener. Prithvi Shaw’s bat was burning a lot these days. In the Indian cricket team, Prithvi Shaw was considered as a strong contender for the T20 World Cup tournament as an opener.

Prithvi Shaw continued to perform well in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and IPL after his poor performance against Australia. In a way, he had strengthened his claim with fearless batting, but his heart was broken by the selectors. If needed, Virat Kohli can also open the innings with Rohit Sharma, as he did in the T20 series against England on Indian soil.

devdutt padikkal

In IPL, Devdutt Padikkal opens the innings for RCB team along with Virat Kohli. He has scored 822 runs in 26 IPL matches played so far at an average of 32.88 and strike rate of 129.25. Padikkal has 1 century and 6 half-centuries to its name. Despite this excellent record, he was ignored from the global tournament. Devdutt Padikkal has proved his batting prowess in the IPL, yet his name was not included in the 15-man squad of the T20 World Cup 2021. Devdutt Padikkal recently went on a tour of Sri Lanka under the leadership of Shikhar Dhawan. He got out after scoring 29 runs in 23 balls in his debut T20 International match, when his T20 World Cup hopes got a big blow.

Chetan Sakaria

For the T20 World Cup, the selectors did not even pay the price to Chetan Sakaria. Chetan Sakaria could have been given a chance in the team of T20 World Cup. Chetan Sakariya has the ability to swing the balls both ways. In such a situation, this bowler could have cut the card of Bhuvneshwar Kumar from the team of T20 World Cup. Chetan Sakaria got a place in the Indian team after a good performance in IPL 2021. Chetan Sakariya, who played for Rajasthan Royals in IPL, was made a player by his father by driving an auto-rickshaw. The condition of Sakariya’s house was not very good, so his father did this work. Chetan Sakaria’s father died this year due to Corona virus.

Mohammad Siraj

The selectors have dropped Mohammad Siraj, who is considered a dangerous fast bowler in the T20 format, from the T20 World Cup team. Mohammad Siraj is considered one of the closest players of Team India’s captain Virat Kohli. Both play together in RCB too, so there is a good bonding between them. For some time, Mohammad Siraj’s performance has been very good, but despite this, the selectors have shown him the way out of the T20 World Cup team. India’s star fast bowler Mohammad Siraj failed to make his place. Siraj has not been given a place in the team even as a standby player.

The 3 fast bowlers who have been included in the Indian team for the T20 World Cup are Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar. These three bowlers have been performing very well for the Indian team for a long time. These three bowlers have a lot of experience in T20 cricket. All three bowlers are known as death over specialists, these three bowlers have the ability to take wickets in any situation of the game, due to which they have been given a place in the team.

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