New Delhi: The former selector of Team India has demanded the dismissal of 2 players from the Indian team. These 2 players are becoming villains for Team India in every match. Now these 2 players do not get a place in the playing XI of Team India. These 2 players are becoming a canker for Team India. Due to the poor performance of these 2 players, Team India is facing a lot of loss. Most of the cricket fans want these 2 players out of the playing XI of Team India.
Demand for former selector of Team India
Team India’s former selector and wicketkeeper Saba Karim has demanded the two weak links of the Indian team, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, to be ‘OUT’ from the playing XI of the third test match against South Africa. India has to play in the deciding Test match against South Africa from tomorrow i.e. January 11. India will have to win this match at any cost to win the Test series for the first time on South African soil.
Make these 2 cricketers ‘OUT’ from the team
Former selector and wicketkeeper Saba Karim said during a conversation with Khelneeti YouTube channel, ‘Should we give chances to batsmen like Rahane and Pujara, who sometimes score runs. Now we need to think whether he is able to contribute as much to the team as he should. Will other batsmen be able to give extra to him.
This special appeal to Rahul Dravid
Saba Karim further said, ‘It is important that the middle order problem is resolved at the earliest. You have a lot of experience. After four or five innings you can score 40-50 runs, but does that mean we are moving in the right direction? I think we have been late thinking that our middle order has not been scoring runs for a year. The middle order is considered to be the backbone of the team.
Saba Karim further said, ‘We have to make our place in the final of the World Test Championship. Do we need to take those necessary steps to do this? This is the thing after which Rahul Dravid and Virat Kohli will have to think.
Sometimes these batsmen score runs
Saba Karim further said, ‘Is the batting order that we are choosing giving us full display of our ability. Can we give chance to such youngsters in the team who have gained a lot of experience by playing in domestic cricket? Will these youngsters be able to add extra value to the team? Should we give chances to experienced batsmen like Rahane and Pujara who score runs occasionally? Now we must think whether he is able to contribute as much to the team as he should. Will other batsmen be able to give extra to him.
being heavily criticized
Let us tell you that Rahane and Pujara have been going through poor form for a long time. Both the Indian batsmen have not scored a single century for many months. In such a situation, he is being severely criticized. Although both had scored half-centuries in the Johannesburg Test match, the question arises whether these runs are enough, on the basis of which batsmen like Hanuma Vihari and Shreyas Iyer should be kept on the bench. India has to land in the decisive Test match against South Africa from tomorrow i.e. January 11 at 2 pm Indian time.