Krishnamachari Srikkanth lashed out at Rahul Dravid: Former Indian cricket team opener Krishnamachari Srikkanth Questioning the playing XI of the Indian team in the first T20 against the West Indies, Team India coach Rahul Dravid fiercely scolded. Krishnamachari Srikkanth was furious to see Deepak Hooda’s name in Team India’s playing XI and criticized Rahul Dravid fiercely for this. Talking on Team India’s playing XI at an event, Srikkanth said that it is Dravid’s wrong strategy to keep an infirm player like Deepak Hooda out of the playing XI. And the Indian team does not want such a strategy because it is fatal for the team.
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Srikkanth said that in T20 cricket, India does not need a batsman or bowler, but all-rounders who can win the match for the team. He said that Deepak Hooda is such a player who is a great batsman as well as a useful bowler and this player has also proved his worth, so it was a wrong decision not to include him in the team.
Out of team despite excellent form
Deepak Hooda is such a player who is out of the team despite the best form. Deepak Hooda had scored a century against Ireland in T20 and had also batted tremendously in the first T20 match against England, but despite this, sometimes because of Virat Kohli and sometimes because of some other player, he was constantly ignored from the playing XI. being done.
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