5 Players India Need To Groom For ICC World Cup 2023
4. Rahul Chahar:
The young Rahul Chahar was one of the few uncapped India cricketers who shone in IPL 2019. His right-arm leg-break ensured prized scalps during the course of the tournament and he also ended up as one of the leading wicket-takers in the tournament.
Although Rahul Chahar’s rise in popularity has been very recent, the 25-year-old has been a vital part of his team in the Ranji Trophy for the past few seasons. He is the team’s leading spinner and at times, he has pulled the team out of many precarious situations with the bat.
Chahar can easily be a No.7 or a No.8 player for any team he plays. He can be relied upon as a batsman and can also be used as a floater. He is a conventional leg-spinner and could be of great use on home pitches in 2023.
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