Saurashtra batsman Sheldon Jackson questioned the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for not including Saurashtra player in India A squad after their team reached in the finals of Ranji Trophy and performed very well. Sheldon Jackson wants demanding transparency from BCCI selectors so they will give a chance to Saurashtra players. Ravindra Jadeja and C Pujara are from Saurashtra, and they are part of team India’s Squad form long time.
After his question, a fan tweeted and said, “Like k.L. Rahul… You try to develop a friendship with Anushka Sharma…” but Sheldon Jackson Lashes out the fan and replies, “Surya, please learn some manners and think before you tweet. This is so disrespectful towards KL and Anushka who have nothing to do with it. Keep families away from cricketing matters!”
Like k.L. Rahul… You try to develop friendship with anushka sharma…
— Surya Advocate Wing (@surya1984) September 10, 2019
Surya, please learn some manners and think before you tweet. This is so disrespectful towards KL and Anushka who have nothing to do with it. Keep families away from cricketing matters! https://t.co/uJ4gWlwynk
— Sheldon Jackson (@ShelJackson27) September 10, 2019
Recently, BCCI announced team India squad for South Africa test series. They have dropped KL Rahul form the team because of his poor form and give Shubman Gill a chance. Rohit Sharma will open the inning along with Mayank Agarwal in South Africa test series. But Chief Selector MSK Prasad tells the way to come back in the team to KL Rahul
“We definitely communicated to KL. He is an exceptional talent, and unfortunately his form has dipped in red-ball cricket,” Prasad said during a press conference on Thursday. “With Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay gone, we can’t keep changing both the openers in the side.”
“Someone had to stick around. And probably with seniors, who exiting, KL got more opportunities. Unfortunately, he was not delivering consistently. He delivered in patches, and that’s why we backed him because when he is on song, he is a treat to watch.”
“When VVS Laxman was once dropped from the Indian team, he went back to domestic cricket, scored 1,400 runs in the Ranji Trophy and came back,” he added.