Cricket Podcast: For the first time, India’s T20 International match was canceled without toss on foreign soil and then…

I am here to wrap up the week’s cricket activities, in this podcast, Sanjay Banerjee’s Namaskar- Suno Dil Se. After the disappointing performance of the T20 World Cup, the Indian team is now preparing for the next World Cup. However, in this connection, the first T20 match to be played against New Zealand yesterday got rained. This reduced the BBC series to three matches. This is the first time that any T20 International of India has been canceled on foreign soil due to rain without toss. For captain Hardik Pandya, this series can give wings to his chances of becoming captain in future, apart from this, it can also give many youngsters a chance to join the Indian team. In such a situation, both the remaining matches are going to be very important.

In the last one year, India played many T20 series, but the World Cup played in Australia will remain in the limelight for the time being. The bench strength of the Indian team has been considered strong, but in the end the benchers remained on the bench, and many players without form had another World Cup. On the other hand, England included many new faces in the last few years. He knew at what time which player should be given a chance. This is the reason that despite the absence of players like David Malan and Mark Wood in the semi-final against India, they had options like Chris Jordan and Phil Salt. If not Wood, then Jordan removed India’s arrogance and got him out.

India’s top players are not included in the current New Zealand series. Even before this, BCCI has presented such an example, when major players have been allowed to rest. By the way, on an occasion like the World Cup, no big player could keep himself apart, nor could the selectors show the courage to drop anyone. In this way no new player got a chance. On the other hand, England’s Eoin Morgan separated himself from the team and left room for another. There is no example of the hard work that Captain Jose Butler put into building the team’s structure. Has Team India become a bigger character than the team?

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