In this tournament of T20 World Cup, the Indian team has played two matches so far, in which the team performed brilliantly. Virat Kohli in the first match, and Rohit, Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav in the second match, thanks to the excellent performance of the team, the team registered its second consecutive victory.
The length of the field is too much
During the match in this tournament, it is seen that due to Australia’s long ground, the batsmen have to struggle a lot to hit sixes, and especially when there is no left-handed batsman in any team. The same situation is happening with some Indian team as well. Although Rohit-Virat have hit long sixes in two matches for India, but the team is sorely missed by the absence of any leading left-handed batsman in the team.
Rishabh Pant missed the opportunity
Before this tournament, Rishabh Pant was considered important as a left-handed batsman, but due to continuous poor performance of Rishabh Pant, he is now facing a lot of problems to make a place in the team. Although, there is still a left-handed batsman in the team in the form of Axar Patel, but Axar Patel is a left-handed batsman as well as a bowler. In such a situation, Axar Patel’s role becomes very important for the team.
Akshar Patel’s increased responsibility
Since the injury of Ravindra Jadeja, the importance of Axar Patel has increased a lot in the team. The reason for this is that he is being sent to bat before Hardik Pandya. However, in the last two matches, it has been seen that the opening batsman of the Indian team KL Rahul is consistently performing poorly. In such a situation, Indian supporters have started demanding his removal, while some are also talking about bringing a change in his order.
These three players can get a chance to open
Some people believe that Suryakumar Yadav and Virat Kohli can be fielded in the opening. But apart from these two names, there is also a name that the Indian team can take in the opening. This third name is of Akshar Patel. Axar Patel is known for his bowling as well as his batting style.