Dinesh Karthik: Which Indian bowler will prove a surprise package at T20 World Cup?

The schedule for the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman has been announced. Because of this, the era of experienced cricketers selecting their favorite team and player has begun. India’s wicketkeeper batsman Dinesh Karthik has praised the legendary spinner Varun Chakraborty before the start of the tournament and said he could prove India’s trump card at the upcoming T20 World Cup. Karthik also predicted the highest run-scorer in the T20 World Cup a day earlier. According to him, Australia’s David Warner or India’s Rohit Sharma may be the highest run-scorer.

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Speaking to Darren Sammy at the ICC Digital Show, Karthik said, ‘My favorite is Varun Chakraborty. I think there are many special things in him. If India performs well in the tournament, this player will play a key role in it. Remember the name of Varun Chakraborty … Mr. Darren Sami. ‘Let me tell you, Varun has been in constant debate over the past few years based on his amazing spin bowling. India have yet to announce their squad for the T20 World Cup, so India could add them as a major spin bowler.

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The Tamil Nadu spinner caught the attention of selectors for the first time by giving a spectacular performance at the IPL 2020 in the UAE. Varun then played for the Kolkata Knight Riders and took 17 wickets in 13 matches. At this time his average was 20.94 and the economy was 6.84. Varun later emerged as the leading bowler of the IPL 2020. After this he was selected in the national team, but failed to pass the fitness test, so he had to wait for his entry into international cricket.

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