‘Quick Give Up’, questioned by former wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta Kuldeep Yadav

Team India, led by new captain Shikhar Dhawan, is currently touring Sri Lanka, where the team has to play a three-match T20 and one-day series in several matches. Chineseman spinner Kuldeep Yadav has also been selected for the tour. Kuldeep has not been good for more than a year and he has not even been allowed to play in the regular XI. But on this tour, they get a chance to play some matches, which helps them get back on the farm. Before the tour began, former India wicketkeeper batsman Deep Dasgupta questioned Kuldeep’s attitude.

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Deep Dasgupta, who is currently playing the role of narrator, said on his YouTube channel, ‘Kuldeep quickly drops out of difficult situations and if he gets worse, his shoulders suddenly fall and he looks at the captain. They take it. Due to his poor performance, Kolkata Knight Riders’ selectors have not even given him the chance to play much of the matches in the last two innings.

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Deep Dasgupta said, ‘It’s quite disappointing because Kuldeep’s skills are really unique. He is not the kind of egoous spinner whose career will end when he reveals the secret. This is not the case here. He’s a real bowler, a real wrist spinner, he’s very unique. But the problem lies in their confidence. If you look at him, if his ball hits four or if the ball goes full toss, his practice is not to look at the ball, but on the captain’s reaction.

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