Former India Cricketer Questions BCCI On Sarfaraz Khan’s Check Snub But Once more

The Indian choice committee unveiled the Check and ODI lineup for Group India’s upcoming tour of the West Indies. There have been numerous vital bulletins, particularly within the Check squad.

Ajinkya Rahane, a seasoned batsman who not too long ago made a comeback to the workforce through the World Check Championship closing, was appointed because the vice-captain. Nevertheless, Cheteshwar Pujara, who had a disappointing efficiency within the title conflict, was dropped from the squad. Other than these, promising younger skills, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Ruturaj Gaikwad, have been chosen for the Check squad. Nevertheless, there was one notable omission that raised eyebrows – Sarfaraz Khan.

Sarfaraz Khan, regardless of delivering constant performances within the Ranji Trophy over the previous few years, is but to obtain a call-up to the nationwide workforce. After being snubbed as soon as once more for the tour of the West Indies, former Indian opener Aakash Chopra overtly criticised the shortage of readability from the board relating to Sarfaraz’s absence.

Chopra questioned the BCCI, searching for explanations for Sarfaraz’s repeated exclusions and emphasised that if the explanations behind his omission are unrelated to his home performances, the board ought to make them public.

Aakash Chopra desires message communicated to Sarfaraz Khan

Talking on his official YouTube channel, Chopra raised a question about Sarfaraz’s scenario. He highlighted the excellent statistics Sarfaraz has amassed up to now three years, clearly surpassing his counterparts. Chopra expressed his perplexity, questioning what message it sends when a participant of Sarfaraz’s calibre continues to be missed for choice regardless of his distinctive performances.

“This is a question worth asking. If there’s some other reason, something which you and I don’t know, make it public. Just say it that you didn’t like that particular thing about Sarfaraz, and that’s why you’re not considering him. But we don’t know if there’s something like that. I don’t know if someone told Sarfaraz about that,” Chopra said.

“If you don’t value first-class runs, it leaves a sour taste in the mouth,” the former India opener further added.

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