Despite India’s choice of five spinners, Chahar was unable to join the team of 15 members.
Virat Kohli confirmed leaving India’s leg spinner on Saturday (October 16th) Yuzu Bendra Chahar It was a difficult decision for the team to leave the T20 World Cup team, but I explained why Rahul Chahar was chosen.
“It was a rewarding phone call, but for some reason I decided to help Rahul Chahar. He has been bowling surprisingly well at IPL for the past few years. A fast-paced bowling man, he is in Sri Lanka. It worked really well and I played against England at home. He was the one who bowled those difficult overs, “he said.
Chahars is the most surprising given that it has been one of India’s bowling staples for the past two years, except that it is a well-established name in the Indian Premier League, which deals with the Royal Challengers Bangalore. It was one of the exclusions. However, he was left behind in the race due to a slight drop in form in the months prior to the team’s announcement.
While talking about the exclusion of Chahars earlier last month, Team India’s chief selector, Chetan Sharma, said: Recently I saw Rahul Chahar bowling at speed.In our view, we needed a spinner that could find the grip from the surface at a faster speed, and we had a lot of discussion about Chahars, but in the end, Rahul Chahar.. “
On Saturday, Kori repeated similar feelings. “I think the wickets will get slower and slower in this tournament, so those who hit the ball at a faster pace can bother the batter than those who give the air. Rafuru is definitely a leg spinner. As naturally it has those strengths.
“He’s always the one who attacks the ticket gates. That’s what made him do things in his favor. Choosing the World Cup is always tricky and not always everyone on the team.”
The Indian team has other spin options for all-rounders Ravindra Jadeya, Axor Patel, mystery spinner Valuncha Kravalsi, and Ravichandran Ashwin, who will return to the White Ball after 2017. The IPL scalped 14 wickets in eight games, in stark contrast to the first half, which managed only four out of seven games.
Interestingly, Chahar’s return to form coincided with Chahar’s defeat, which had an economic rate of 7.73, playing only four of Mumbai Indians’ seven UAE leg fixtures and choosing only two wickets at 58. bottom. This is in stark contrast to his corresponding number on the Indian leg. In four games, 11.14 and 5.57.