The Indian team management has actually made players “insecure” and the decision to rotate in between Wriddhiman Saha and Rishabh Pant has actually been “unjust” on both the wicketkeepers, feels previous opener Gautam Gambhir.

The Indian team management has made gamers “insecure” and the choice to rotate between Wriddhiman Saha and Rishabh Pant has actually been “unreasonable” on both the wicketkeepers, feels former opener Gautam Gambhir.

Saha was on Friday dropped from the Boxing Day Test due to his bad batting type in the opening video game and Gambhir asked whether the team’s think-tank will do the very same with Pant if he fails in the next 2 video games.

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” It’s unfortunate and Wriddhiman Saha has played simply one Test match in this series and he hasn’t succeeded and gets dropped.

” Envision what happens to Pant if he doesn’t succeed in this Test or the 3rd Test. What do you do then? Would you return to Wriddhiman Saha,” Gambhir questioned on YouTube channel ‘Sports Today’.

For Gambhir, it’s not lip-service but actions that makes gamers secure, something that this current regime has actually stopped working, according to him.

” That’s why this team looks so uncertain since no one is secured. Expert sport is everything about security. Everybody has skill when they are representing the nation,” Gambhir, understood for his frank opinion, stated.

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” All they want is security which guarantee that we are there to back you, not simply by words however by action.”

No one apart from India rotates wicketkeeper based on conditions, said Gambhir.

” Actually, it’s been unjust on Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha both over an extended period of time when they have chosen gamers on conditions. You don’t do that with wicketkeepers. You do that with bowlers,” he fumed.

” In overseas conditions, you play 2 spinners based on conditions, its easy to understand, however which other groups on the planet has actually chopped and changed wicketkeepers based upon conditions. Nobody apart from India.”

Gambhir rubbished this one keeper for house and one for away theory.

” I have actually never ever thought in this theory of rotation policy that Wriddhiman Saha is only excellent for sub-continent and Rishabh Pant is much better overseas because that’s not how good groups go into.

” If you are excellent in Indian conditions, you got to deliver in abroad conditions as well. Whether he does that or not is irrelevant.”