Pakistan’s wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal has hailed the Indian cricket system for grooming younger gamers by giving them alternatives on the high degree. In response to Akmal, by doing so, the Indian cricket workforce is consistently constructing in the direction of the longer term.
A younger Workforce India, led by Shikhar Dhawan within the absence of quite a few senior gamers, whitewashed West Indies 3-0 within the recently-concluded one-day collection.
Reflecting on India’s spectacular efficiency within the collection, Akmal attributed the triumph to an ever-growing pool of expertise within the nation. Talking on his official YouTube channel, he opined:
“After the 2019 World Cup, I feel India have given possibilities to just about 50 gamers. They’ve recognized their future, who will take cost after the present technology hangs up their boots. That is how gamers mature. Beforehand, after Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman, Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar’s departure from the scene, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan and Jasprit Bumrah took over.”
“When Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina left, one felt that there can be a vacuum within the Indian workforce. However, I personally really feel there received’t be a void within the Indian workforce for the subsequent 15-20 years.”
India received the one-day collection in West Indies with out common skipper Rohit Sharma and seniors like Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya.
“Gamers like Shubman Gill will take over the mantle” – Kamran Akmal on Workforce India’s gen-next
Talking in regards to the main positives for India from the West Indies ODIs, Akmal acknowledged that the performances of upcoming gamers like Shubman Gill stood out. He stated:
“The largest constructive for India from the West Indies collection has been the efficiency of the bench power. India is not going to have an issue when massive names like Rohit, Kohli and Dhawan retire as a result of gamers like Shubman Gill will take over the mantle and be sure that Indian cricket retains shifting ahead in the correct route.”
Impressed by Gill’s batting, he added:
“He batted exceptionally nicely on this collection. Actually loved his batting. He has a lot time to play his strokes.”
Gill was the Participant of the Collection for scoring 205 runs at a median of 102.50 and a strike price of over 100. He registered a career-best ODI rating of 98* within the third one-dayer on Wednesday, July 27.