Former India batsman Yuvraj on Monday pummelled the national selection board which is led by MSK Prasad, saying there is an unequivocal requirement for having better selectors as the present advisory group’s thinking regarding current cricket isn’t sufficient. We improve selectors, without a doubt. Selectors’ activity isn’t simple. At whatever point they select 15 players, there will be discussions that what will befall the other 15. It’s a troublesome activity yet their intuition as far as advanced cricket isn’t sufficient.
Yuvraj said Rishabh Pant once used to open the innings and is presently changing his game consequently ought to be given some an opportunity to alter.
I am consistently for protecting the players and being certain about them. By speaking negative about your players and group doesn’t show you in good light. The character possibly shows when things are turning out badly and you inspire the players. In terrible situation, everybody talks awful. We unquestionably need better selectors.
It isn’t the first time when Yuvraj has censured the selection board. The southpaw had before asserted that the selectors didn’t pick him in the wake of being approached to clear his yo yo test which he did. Yuvraj, who retired in June to play in overseas leagues, will be taking part in the upcoming Abu Dhabi T10 League, from November 15.
When asked on some opinion on Shivam Dube of being compared with him and whether should he be given a more time to settle down, Yuvraj replied in the affirmative. Dube made his India debut in the opening T20 against Bangladesh in Delhi on Sunday but couldn’t do well with the bat.
Give the person a chance to begin his career first, and sooner or later when he arrives at a specific level, at that point you start comparing him and somebody. I don’t figure he ought to be contrasted with me. He should make his own name. He has the ability.
There are two or three things that need to take at a look at his game.. I don’t know whether they will have the option to recognize where he is committing the errors. Vikram Rathour is the batting mentor, he needs to distinguish where he is committing error.