The Indian cricket workforce kicks off the post-T20 World Cup 2022 period with Hardik Pandya because the captain on the tour of New Zealand. Although Rohit Sharma continues to be the designated skipper throughout all three codecs, he has been given a break from the sequence, with Hardik taking on the function for the tour. There are a selection of former cricketers and pundits who’ve backed Hardik to succeed Rohit as India’s skipper within the shortest format. Former Pakistan cricketer, Salman Butt, nonetheless, is not satisfied with what he has seen from the India all-rounder, so far as management qualities go.
In a video on his YouTube channel, Butt was requested about Hardik’s prospects as India’s skipper within the close to future. The retired Pakistani cricketer, nonetheless, would not assume Rohit Sharma needs to be eliminated as India’s captain simply because he could not win the 2022 T20 World Cup.
“I don’t know who is seeing him as captain and who is watching such dreams. He has talent and has tasted success in the IPL. But even Rohit Sharma has been successful five to six times in the IPL. If he had scored well in a couple of matches (in the T20 World Cup 2022), people wouldn’t have been talking about making this change at the top,” he mentioned.
“In the Asian subcontinent, people start talking about such drastic and big changes rather soon. Not all of them, but quite a few, who probably don’t understand how these things work. Sometimes, just for the sake of giving an opinion, people say, ‘change the captain’,” he added.
Butt additional opined that just one captain can win the World Cup, consisting of 12 groups. That does not imply the remaining 11 captains needs to be modified.
“Only one captain has won the World Cup, the rest of the teams have lost. Will you change the captains of all 11 teams because they lost the World Cup?”, he asserted.
Hardik was to steer the Indian workforce within the first T20I towards New Zealand on Friday in Wellington. However, persistent rain on the venue noticed the match getting deserted and not using a ball being bowled.
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