IND vs SL: Danish Kaneria blamed Shikhar Dhawan for T20 series defeat, raising questions about leadership

Former Pakistan bowler Danish Kaneria blamed Shikhar Dhawan for the T20 series defeat against Sri Lanka. Kaneria Dhawan has raised questions about the leadership and has severely criticized the batting decision after winning the toss in the third T20. India’s performance in the third T20 was embarrassing, as the team scored only 81 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 20 overs. Sri Lanka achieved their 82-run target by losing just 3 wickets. Sri Lanka was the first to win a T20 series against India.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, the former Pakistan bowler said, “When Bhuvneshwar Kumar was available to bat at No. 6, why didn’t you decide to bowl first after winning the toss?” Premadasa helps his wicket spinners and when bowling first you had to try to limit Sri Lanka to 100. When you have a long bowling lineup, it is an advantage to bowl first and restrict the next team to a lower score. It was Dhawan’s poor leadership.

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India’s batting order was torn like a card pack in front of Sri Lanka’s spin bowler Vasan Hassaranga. Hasaranga took 4 for 9 in his four overs. Kuldeep Yadav (23 not out) scored the most runs for Team India. Hasaranga dominated Indian batsmen in the entire T20 series and took 7 wickets in 3 matches. He was also awarded the series Best Actress Award for his outstanding performance.

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