IND vs ENG: Suryakumar Yadav has not yet played an Indian test match.© Instagram
Former Indian captain Dilip Bensalker insisted on including the stylish Mumbaiker Suryakumar Yadaf as the sixth specialist batter of the fourth England match starting September 2. Middle Order is bullish about playing five specialist bowlers. “I don’t like the sound of a kneeling reaction, but I’m convinced that we need to strengthen our batting lineup by including Surya Kumar Yadaf in front of Hanuma Bihari. Drop the bowler, six people You need to get in with the batter. “Vengsarkar, one of the best national selection committee chairs, told PTI in an exclusive exchange.
In fact, Vengsarkar’s comments are in line with another Indian legend, Sunil Gavaskar, who also supports the six-batter theory.
Vengsarkar believes that Surya, who averages over 44 in first-class cricket, has the talent and temperament to make a difference in India in the next test match.
“Suria can match the best of this Indian team (in terms of skill) and he’s been there for a while so we should include him before it’s too late,” Bensarker said. ..
Surya, 30, who made her impressive whiteball debut this year, was summoned on an SOS basis after Shubuman Gil was injured with pacemaker Abesh Khan.
Vengsarkar, 65, a veteran of 116 tests, also seemed confused as to why Ravichandran Ashwin didn’t play 11 times.
“It’s a mystery to me why Ashwin hasn’t been chosen so far,” Vensalker seemed embarrassed.
“It’s hard for you to exclude me from your best spinner from 11 plays,” the “Lord of the Lord” wondered aloud.
“If we need to win the rest of the game, India has to play with four bowlers and six batters,” added Vengsarkar, who has 17,100,6,868 test runs in his name. ..
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