T20 World Cup 2022, IND vs ENG: Team India suffered a crushing defeat in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2022 at the hands of England. Indian team lost this match by 10 wickets. After this defeat, the fans of Team India and many veteran players are very angry. Even the great batsman Sunil Gavaskar has given a big statement after the defeat of Team India.
Ruckus over this statement of Gavaskar
After India’s humiliating exit from the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 on Thursday, legendary Sunil Gavaskar is expecting a few players to retire from the current team in the near future. England openers Jos Buttler (80 not out in 49 balls) and Alex Hales (86 not out in 47) chased down 169 runs in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2022 to lead their team to a 10-wicket win over India . After the match, the former India captain said that he expects several changes in the line-up, adding that Hardik Pandya will take charge of the Indian team after the World Cup.
Hardik Pandya considered future captain
Gavaskar said on Star Sports, “After winning the Indian Premier League on his first assignment as captain, he named Hardik Pandya as the next captain. Hardik Pandya will definitely lead the team in future and some players will retire. Will take it. It will be given a lot of thought. There are many players in their mid-30s who will reconsider their position in the Indian T20 team.” The 73-year-old legend also spoke about the disappointing performance of Indian batsmen in the last few years in important knockout matches of ICC events.
Big statement after knockout defeat
“I think India is not doing well in these knockout matches. Especially with the batting and it is the batting that has been the strength of the Indian team,” he said. He said, “In the semi-finals, the batting has not been as good as it should have been. Obviously, at this stage, you are going to get a much better bowling attack than in the group stage and that is understandable. But not good runs in batting. , which the bowlers can defend.
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