India will face England in their next world cup 2019 game tomorrow. Team India has faced a problem for the number 4 batsman. Who will play at Number 4? In the starting of world cup 2019, KL Rahul bat at number 4. But after, Shikhar Dhawan ruled out from the world cup 2019 due to injury. Kl Rahul Started to open the inning with Rohit Sharma.
After that, Vijay Shankar is playing at Number 4 for India. But he failed to score big runs. Cricket fans demand that Rishabh pant play at number four.
Former English Player Kevin Peterson said that Dear Virat & Ravi – please don’t drop Vijay Shankar on their Twitter account.
In the pre-match conference, Virat Kolhi said,
“It’s a strange one because he (Vijay Shankar) had a decent game against Pakistan. I think against Afghanistan on that pitch he looked really assured. Shot selection, again, we discussed with him for that game. Last game, again, he came out, he looked really good, and he got a beautiful ball from Kemar Roach.”
“So you can’t really sit down and pinpoint things. But I personally felt he looked really solid. There’s not much that needs to be tinkered. Sometimes in cricket, you just need a bit of luck to get over from 30 to 60, and then you play a defining knock for the team,” Virat Furter added.
“He’s very close to that, and we’re very confident he’s going to end up playing that kind of knock for us,” Virat Kohli said.
“I don’t think that he’s ever been a cricketer that’s ever needed to be told what exactly he needs to do,” he added.
“What we experience and what we know inside the change room is the most important thing to us, and we have total belief in him (Dhoni), and he stood up for the team many times, especially if you look at this calendar year and the kind of performances he’s given. I don’t think it’s fair to point out one or two performances which anyone can falter with the bat,” Kohli was certainly not pleased with the criticism aimed at Dhoni.
Here is the Tweet of Kevin Peterson
Dear Virat & Ravi – please don’t drop Vijay Shankar.
I think he’s coming into his own and would potentially win you tomorrow’s game.
Don’t think about Pant. He needs another 3 weeks prep before I think he can get into your World Cup side.
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) June 29, 2019