Rohit Sharma: It is clear from Asia Cup, Captain Rohit will not give place to these flop players in T20 World Cup!
T20 World Cup: 3 Indian players performed very poorly in Asia Cup. In such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma can show these players the way out of the T20 World Cup.
Rohit Sharma T20 World Cup: The Asia Cup has been no less than a nightmare for the Indian team. Team India had to face defeat against Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the Super-4 match. After this Team India was out of the Asia Cup. Three Indian players have performed very poorly in the Asia Cup. In such a situation, these players cannot get a place in the T20 World Cup. In such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma can show these players the way out.
This bowler failed badly
Yuzvendra Chahal performed very poorly in the Asia Cup. He has become the biggest weakness of Team India. Opponent batsmen plundered a lot of runs against him. Yuzvendra Chahal played 4 matches in the Asia Cup 2022. In these matches, Yuzvendra Chahal spent runs at an economy of 7.93 and took only 4 wickets in his name. He was badly flopped in the match against Pakistan, in such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma can replace Ravi Bishnoi in his place in the T20 World Cup.
This wicketkeeper disappointed
Star wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has proved to be a flop in the Asia Cup. No runs came off his bat. Whenever Team India expected a big innings from him. He would leave the team's boat in the middle and return to the pavilion. In the match played against Afghanistan, he scored an unbeaten 20 off 16 balls, his best score in this tournament.
Rishabh Pant's wicketkeeping in the Asia Cup was also very poor. Earlier, in the match played against Pakistan, Rishabh Pant could only score 14 runs. At the same time, in the match played against Sri Lanka, Rishabh Pant lost his wicket after scoring 17 runs in 13 balls.
This bowler did it flawlessly
Team India's fast bowling attack was very weak in the Asia Cup. Avesh Khan emerged as a big weakness of Team India. Avesh Khan was seen completely deviated from the line length. He was seen battling to save runs away from getting wickets.
In the match against Pakistan, Avesh Khan conceded 19 runs in 2 overs and could take only 1 wicket. Even against Hong Kong, he gave 53 runs in his four overs and could take only one wicket. Opponent batsmen scored a lot of runs against him. He had become their victim.