Team India: Is there no power in the next generation of Indian cricket, and if Pant-Rahul fails, Rohit-Kohli retires?

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A series of five T20 matches is being played between India and South Africa. South Africa defeated the Indian team in the first game. The Indian team could not defend the score of 211 points and South Africa won the match with five balls to spare. This year, India have played a total of 17 matches across the three formats. Of these, India’s regular captain Rohit Sharma has played 11 games. The Indian team won all these matches. At the same time, in six matches, Team India lost all matches under the captaincy of another player.

Under Rohit’s leadership, Team India has wiped out the West Indies in the ODI and T20 series. After that, the team swept Sri Lanka in the T20 and Test series. Meanwhile, under KL Rahul, Team India lost one Test and three ODIs to South Africa. Meanwhile, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the Indian team faced defeat in a test against South Africa. Meanwhile, Rishabh Pant faces defeat in the first game of this series against South Africa. The team that came onto the pitch in this T20 series against South Africa is considered the next generation team. There are no senior players except Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Earlier, KL Rahul was going to command this team, but he got injured before the series. In such a situation, Rishabh Pant was given command. Pant was seen as the captain of the future and he had that responsibility in this series, but he didn’t show his strength in Team India.

In such a situation, the question arises whether the Indian succession team does not have the strength? If players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli retire and players like Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Suryakumar Yadav don’t play for some reason, will the Indian team continue to face such defeat? that’s a big question. In such a situation, we tell you about the shortcomings of the current Team India… Rishabh Pant has captaining experience in the IPL and has been successful in that as well, but the pressure of captaining in international matches is different. This was proven in the first game against South Africa. The captaincy of Pant did not show strength. He only managed two overs from his oldest spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

Chahal is currently the strongest bowler in Team India and he was the highest wicket taker in the IPL. In such a situation, by only sending him back twice, Pant proved that he didn’t trust his strongest spinner. Apart from that, Pant gave bowling to the most experienced bowler in the Indian team, Bhuvneshwar in 18th place.

You usually see that in such close matches the captain gets 19th above his most experienced bowler, but Pant didn’t. After Hardik’s 18 points in an over, he was not allowed to bowl. Meanwhile, KL Rahul may have shown strength in the IPL but so far couldn’t do anything special for India.

He has captained in four international matches so far and in all four the Indian team have to face defeat. In such a situation, BCCI should look for the right successor or take a full lesson from Rohit before giving Rahul and Pant a chance. In such a situation, Rohit will have to play all T20 matches by the T20 World Cup. Team India players are also going to play a lot of games this year. Players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Bumrah and Shami rested shortly after the IPL. At the same time, Suryakumar Yadav got injured during the IPL. In such a situation, the BCCI will have to decide which players are in its target list for the upcoming T20 World Cup.

The Indian team has played three T20 series so far this year and just before the three series, KL Rahul was out of the series due to injury. In such a situation, Ishaan Kishan had a chance. Now, if Rahul returns, young Ishaan, who has played three sets, will have to sit out.

Then we will see Rohit and Rahul opening up which is not good for young players. If BCCI wants to move forward with this young team, then instead of bringing them in and out of the team, they will have to give constant opportunities. At the same time, senior players will also have to play matches continuously. It is true that players who play cricket continuously should rest then, but this year the T20 World Cup is to be held and BCCI should also take care of it. There are three months until the World Cup countdown and India will only be able to play a few T20 games in the meantime. In such a situation, BCCI spoils the rhythm of the team by giving a chance to a new player every game.

Under Rohit’s captaincy, India had won 12 T20s in a row, but that rhythm was broken as soon as the new captain arrived in a game. In such a situation, BCCI will have to decide whether IPL is necessary for them or T20 World Cup. If the priority is not decided, the condition of the Indian team may resemble the last World Cup. Then senior players like Rohit, Kohli had played very few T20 games and suddenly went to play the World Cup.

Even then, India’s B team was playing the T20 series, but very few players had a chance to participate in the World Cup. On the other hand, other teams like Sri Lanka, South Africa, Australia and Pakistan are currently playing all their matches at full strength. Against a weak team like Sri Lanka, Australia fielded their strongest team. These teams have accepted that the World Cup is close. Hardik Pandya’s poor form in the T20 World Cup last year was also the main reason behind the loss for the Indian team. After the World Cup, Hardik was dropped from the squad and Venkatesh Iyer was drafted into the squad, but he didn’t get the full opportunity either. BCCI kept saying that Venkatesh would get every chance but as soon as Hardik entered the team, Venkatesh was dropped and Dinesh Karthik entered the team. BCCI will need to convey this message to the team stating what player options exist in Team India and which players will have regular chances. For example, Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav were always included in the squad ahead of the T20 World Cup last year, but both weren’t in the World Cup squad.

Suddenly BCCI gave a chance to Ravichandran Ashwin and new spinner Varun Chakraborty, who played at T20 four or five years ago. This decision proved fatal for Team India. The same goes for Ishaan Kishan, Shreyas Iyer and Venkatesh Iyer right now. BCCI is not in a position to decide whether this is a priority or an option.

Ishaan, Axar Patel and Shreyas will have to sit out while Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja and Suryakumar Yadav will return. At the same time, it’s the same thing in bowling. Bhuvneshwar and even Avesh Khan will have to sit out with the return of Bumrah and Shami. In such a situation, the right combination is not yet known, because the whole team has not yet been able to play together. This can backfire on Team India.

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A series of five T20 matches is being played between India and South Africa. South Africa defeated the Indian team in the first game. The Indian team could not defend the score of 211 points and South Africa won the match with five balls to spare. This year, India have played a total of 17 matches across the three formats. Of these, India’s regular captain Rohit Sharma has played 11 games. The Indian team won all these matches. At the same time, in six matches, Team India lost all matches under the captaincy of another player.

Under Rohit’s leadership, Team India has wiped out the West Indies in the ODI and T20 series. After that, the team swept Sri Lanka in the T20 and Test series. Meanwhile, under KL Rahul, Team India lost one Test and three ODIs to South Africa. Meanwhile, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the Indian team faced defeat in a test against South Africa. Meanwhile, Rishabh Pant faces defeat in the first game of this series against South Africa.

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