Kapil Dev angry over ulation rumors that Prithvi Shah will be included in the squad – a shame for current players

Before the start of the five-Test series against England, Shubman Gill’s injury has heightened Team India’s tensions. The big question at the moment is Virat Kohli and the management of the team. Who will replace Gil in the playing XI? India have two starters in the form of Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul. According to reports, the team’s management is in the process of bringing Prithvi Shah to England. Former India captain Kapil Dev has objected to the decision to include Shah in the Test squad. He said that if Shaw was brought to England, it would be an insult to the players on the team.

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Speaking to ‘ABP News’, Kapil Dev said,’ I don’t think this is necessary. There should be some respect for those who choose. He has also picked the team and I am sure it would not have been possible without the advice of Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri. I mean you have two great starters in KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal. Do you really need a third option? I don’t think that’s right. I am not impressed by this theory. They already have starters on the team they choose, so I mean, they should get a chance to play. Otherwise it is an insult to the players on the team.

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Kapil Dev said the team cannot be selected without captain Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri. The team’s governing body said it would honor the selectors’ decision and opt for replacements from existing players. The 1983 World Cup winning captain KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal said their confidence would be affected. That said, there should be no controversy without any talks.

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