Australia vs India 2018: India Have a Lot of Problems To Solve – Harbhajan Singh
Veteran India spinner Harbhajan Singh has slammed the management for preferring Krunal Pandya over Yuzvendra Chahal in the opening T20I against Australia at Brisbane.
Meanwhile, Pandya gave away 55 runs in four overs including three sixes in an over by Glenn Maxwell. Harbhajan feels Pandya is not the best man for T20 cricket as he doesn’t spin the bowl. Moreover, he praised the partnership between Chahal between Kuldeep Yadav in the limited overs cricket. Harbhajan Singh also feels that the management should look at this combination going forward.
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“That [team combination] is something that they have to look at. Whenever Kuldeep [Yadav] and [Yuzvendra] Chahal have bowled together, they have taken wickets, put pressure on the opposition and they have been quite successful as a pair. That is where the Indian cricket team have to think about what is the combination going forward.
“We might not see Krunal Pandya batting at 6 and bowling his four overs. He is more of a bowler who bowls a few overs here and there but in Australia, you need someone else to bowl those four overs because he doesn’t spin the ball and bowls it really, really fast,” Harbhajan Singh told India Today.
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India should opt for Chahal for the next match
Harbhajan said that India might choose for Chahal in the next game and he might as well take Krunal’s place in the team.
“I think we will get to see Chahal in the next game and it could be in place of Krunal,” Harbhajan Singh concluded.
The second of the three-match T20I series is on November 23 (Friday) at Melbourne.
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