Former selector of Team India said – Hardik Pandya cannot be trusted anymore, Shardul Thakur needs to prepare

In the final of the World Test Championship, Team India faced a lack of fast bowler all-rounder. In this historic Test match against New Zealand, Team India came up with Ravindra Jadeja as a spinner all-rounder and Virat and company had to shoulder the burden. Team India skipper Virat Kohli defended the playing XI even after the defeat, saying the team’s management was among the 11 best players to enter the match. Former India national selector Sarandeep Singh believes that Hardik Pandya can no longer be trusted as a fast bowler all-rounder. Apart from Sharadul, Sarandeep Singh said Vijay Shankar or Shivam Dubey could be added to the role. Shardul has traveled to England with the Indian team, but was excluded from the 15-man squad selected for the World Test Championship final.

Sarandeep Singh said on Sunday, ‘You can’t trust Hardik Pandya anymore. You don’t know if they are worthy of bowling in all three formats. A player like Shardul should be groomed, or even Vijay Shankar or Shivam Dubey. Sarandeep Singh said he was surprised that Team India did not change the XI for the final of the World Test Championships. The day before the match was announced by India Playing XI. It rained so much on the first day of the match that the toss could not be carried out. In such a situation, it was believed that Team India playing XI could be changed during the toss, but that did not happen.

“When the playing XI announced, it was OK to have two spinners. But when conditions are favorable for rain fast bowlers, you have put two spinners (Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin) in the side because they can bat. Only one batsman was batting well and it was Shardul Thakur who was not in the 15-man squad. “We need such batsmen for Team India. Their arrival will ease the pressure on Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma,” he said.

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