T20 World Cup 2024 / World champion player's suggestion- This player should open instead of Kohli

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 15, 2024, 10:30 PM
T20 World Cup 2024: Team India has already qualified for the Super 8 stage of the T20 World Cup. Team India will play all the matches of Super 8 in West Indies. Before these matches, the batting of the Indian team was tested fiercely in New York during the group stage. Where Virat Kohli was seen failing completely. Virat Kohli has scored only 5 runs in the first three matches of the World Cup. In such a situation, the biggest question is whether it will still be right to get Virat Kohli to open. Regarding this, former fast bowler S Sreesanth has given a big statement to Team India.

What did Sreesanth say?

S Sreesanth, who has won the T20 World Cup for Team India, said that he wants to see Yashasvi Jaiswal opening for Team India. He said that Jaiswal has the ability to dominate the bowlers from the beginning. In the three matches played in New York, Virat Kohli scored 1, 4 and 0 runs. Since then, the demand to see Yashasvi Jaiswal opening the batting with captain Rohit Sharma has increased.

Sreesanth said during a show on Disney+ Hotstar that I would like to see Yashasvi Jaiswal opening the match. Virat Kohli can come at number-3. This is a T20 format and Yashasvi Jaiswal has the ability to give a fast start to the team. Both Rohit and Jaiswal can give a fast start to the team. Then Virat Bhai and Rohit can take the score forward. This can be a best combination.

Team India's matches for Super 8

India will enter the Super 8 as the A1 team. With this, it has also been decided that India will face Australia and Afghanistan there. Both Australia and Afghanistan have not lost a single match in their respective groups. That is, there is a strong possibility of the match being tough. India's third match will be against the second-best team of Group D. In Group D, South Africa have already secured qualification with three wins in three matches, while Bangladesh and Netherlands are fighting for the second slot.

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