Comparing India, Danish Kaneria took the Pakistan team in a dignified manner, said this
Danish Kaneria said that the Indian team is relying on young players to move forward in a new direction, but Pakistan is lagging behind in its efforts to save senior players.
Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has compared the Pakistan team to India. He says that the Indian team is relying on young players to move forward in a new direction, but Pakistan is lagging behind in trying to save senior players. Recently, in the absence of senior players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya has been given the command of the T20 team, it is being said that the journey of these senior players from the T20 team is almost over.
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Danish Kaneria on his YouTube channel said ‘India has made it clear that Hardik Pandya will lead the T20I team as they move in a new direction without Rohit and Kohli. But here we are sticking with Babar Azam across all formats and not changing our teams at all. This is because players are afraid of being dropped. Once fear sets in, the team begins to collapse. If you want to build a competitive team, you have to make tough decisions.
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During this, the former Pakistani spinner also gave the example of Dhoni. He said that Dhoni also wanted such young players, who may score 15-20 runs with the bat, but must save so many runs in fielding.
He said, ‘MS Dhoni had a young team in the T20 World Cup and they won with a good fielding team. He later clarified that instead of seniors, he wanted players who could score 15-20 with the bat but also stop 15-20. This is the mindset you need, but we don’t learn. We are going back and saving our senior players.
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Danish further said ‘India played fearless cricket and batsmen like Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan played natural game even to score only 109 runs. He finished the game in 20 overs, not like us who take long games just to score individual runs. You need to bring the opposition under pressure and India did exactly that.