‘Team relies heavily on Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, need more match-winners’: Harbhajan Singh
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Published: April 23, 2020 8:47:35 pm


Rohit Sharma, proper, celebrates with captain Virat Kohli after hitting a boundary in the course of the third one-day worldwide cricket match between India and Australia in Bangalore. (AP Photo)

India cricketer Harbhajan Singh feels that the present Indian unit lacks match-winners, including that the children are more frightened about shedding their spot from the workforce, which regularly ends in them beneath performing.

“The present workforce relies heavily on Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. The workforce need more match-winners,” Harbhajan stated throughout a stay chat with Rohit on Instagram on Thursday.

“Players are more worried about losing their spot in the team and that’s why the youngsters sometime are not being able to perform,” he added.

The off-spinner additionally praised Karnataka batsman KL Rahul for his current efficiency with the bat in New Zealand. Praising the incumbent wicketkeeper-batsman in restricted over format, Harbhajan stated aside from Kohli and Rohit, he’s one candidate that may be seen as a superb prospect within the present batch.

“Apart from Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul is another match-winner. He can bat at 5 or 6 and at the same time perform at the top order,” Harbhajhan stated about KL.

Speaking more on the children, who in line with him haven’t been used a lot is Shubman Gill. The 2011-World Cup winner felt {that a} rising expertise like Gill ought to have been given a match in India’s final tour to New Zealand.

“Someone like Shubman Gill, who has been there with the team for a significant time was not given a chance in New Zealand. I don’t have any objection with Prithvi Shaw playing, but you cannot take someone like Gill with the teams on tours and not give him a chance to play.”

Harbhajan additionally spoke about Dhoni’s absence from the nationwide workforce, stating that there are little or no possibilities of the previous India skipper making a comeback to the aspect.

“I’m sure Dhoni will definitely play in the IPL but according to me he has made up his mind to not don the blue jersey anymore,” the 39-year-old stated.

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