‘It’s Rohit Sharma’s fault’…Danish Kaneria targets hitman, shield in front of Suryakumar
Suryakumar became the victim of a golden duck in the series against Australia.
Sky’s position was changed in the last ODI.
New Delhi. India confirmed its place in the Test Championship Final (WTC Final) by hoisting its flag in the Test series against Australia (India vs Australia). But the Kangaroo team filled its wound by defeating India in the ODI series. In this series, T20 king Suryakumar Yadav became the victim of a golden duck. After which many questions were raised about his ODI career. But now former Indian cricketer Danish Kaneria has raised the issue again.
In the first two ODIs, Sky became the victim of Mitchell Starc while in the last ODI, he was bowled by Ashton Agar. He faced just 3 balls in the entire series. Danish Kaneria has compared Sky’s chances with Virat Kohli. According to him, Sky should be supported. He has blamed Rohit Sharma for changing the position of Sky in the last ODI. According to Kaneria, Sky should have been sent to bat at number 4 only.
Rohit Sharma is at fault – Danish Kaneria
Supporting Suryakumar Yadav, Danish Kaneria said on his YouTube channel, ‘The Indian team management has not shown enough confidence in the case of Suryakumar Yadav. He should not have changed his position. Even Virat Kohli took some time to get into form, but his condition hasn’t changed, so why with Suryakumar Yadav? The Indian team management is responsible for Suryakumar’s golden duck.
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He said, ‘It is also Rohit Sharma’s fault. They demotivated him at a time when his confidence was already broken. They should have motivated him and allowed him to bat at his place.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : March 25, 2023, 21:49 IST