Yuvraj Singh on what India “lacked” in the 2021 T20 World Cup: “Our Middle-Order Batters…”
Within the 2021 T20 World Cup, India had a destitute campaign; losing their to begin with two matches to Pakistan and New Zealand before being thumped out within the bunch stages. The batting line-up, in specific, let the team down, with the beat arrange falling; flat to outlive the Powerplay overs and the center arrange falling flat to recoup from the early blows.
Yuvraj Singh, a previous India cricketer who was a part of the squads that won the 2007 T20 World Cup; and the 2011 World Cup, examined what the group required; in final year’s competition within the Joined together Middle easterner Emirates.
“In T20 cricket, our middle-order (players) bats higher than in establishment cricket.” “Within the final; T20 World Cup, we needed that,” Yuvraj Singh told Sports18. He too examined where he believes India went off-base within the 2019 World Cup; as the squad misplaced within the semi-finals against New Zealand. “We all had a set put to bat when we won the World Cup.”
He expressed, “I felt 2019 World Cup; they didn’t organize it correctly.” “They got Vijay Shankar to bat at No. 4 in spite of having as it were played 5-7 ODIs, at that point supplanted him with Rishabh Gasp; who had as it were played four ODIs.” Mohd. Kaif, (Dinesh) Mongia, and I had as of now played 50 diversions some time recently the 2003 World Cup.
India hasn’t won an ICC competition since 2011, and they’re trusting to alter that within; the 2022 T20 World Cup, which can be held in Australia afterward this year.