Rohit was perhaps not ready to utilize his assets or he’s sort of stuck’: Zaheer Khan on Rohit Sharma’s captaincy

Rohit was perhaps not ready to utilize his assets or he’s sort of stuck’: Zaheer Khan on Rohit Sharma’s captaincyIndia lost a nearby experience against South Africa to experience their first loss of the 2022 T20 World Cup. While taking apart Rohit Sharma’s captaincy execution, Zaheer Khan said on a Cricbuzz show, “You got the game to that level from where you got to simply complete it. So I’m frustrated with that. Rest of the things (are) fine. You understand what you did? Paving the way to that didn’t make any difference, you made the game out of it. Furthermore, from that point, you let South Africa become possibly the most important factor and they proceeded to dominate the game.”

Zaheer further said, “10 overs and 94 to get. You made alarm in the South African side as they were depending on Mill operator and Markram’s organization. That mark where you have South Africa believing that OK, everything needs to turn out well for you. Handling, getting, everything needs to turn out well for you alongside the bowling. So I believe that is where India missed the stunt. You got the game to that level from that you got to simply complete it. So I’m disheartened with that

Rohit was perhaps not ready to utilize his assets or he's sort of stuck': Zaheer Khan on Rohit Sharma's captaincyArshdeep Singh celebrates with the rest of his India teammates after picking a wicket in his first over against South Africa. (Photo: BCCI)

It seemed like that partially that Rohit was perhaps not ready to utilize his assets or he’s sort of stayed with involving a specific bowler in a specific position. Arshdeep might have bowled 3 overs at the top, yet he (Rohit) felt that who will deal with the backend.”

India won the throw, picked to bat first and South African bowlers were on their imprint confining them to 133 for nine toward the finish of 20 overs. At the point when South Africa emerged to bat, they were 40 for three and required 94 in last 10 overs. The bowlers were raising a ruckus around town getting that buy from the wicket but the outcome is South Africa winning by five wickets.

Explaining further on India’s slip-ups, Ajay Jadeja said, “Your most obvious opportunity I mean, what was the complete on the board. That was certainly short yet when the game had begun, you got those two wickets to begin with. So as a chief and collectively, you convey individuals who are having terrible days and you realize let the man lead who’s having a decent day. Also, when he (Arshdeep) returned to bowl the game was at that point gone.”

Arshdeep Singh, the valiant left-armer, bowled another fantasy first spell yet Aiden Markram (52 off 41 balls) and David Mill operator (59 not out off 46 balls), one of the most amazing T20 finishers in the game, guaranteed the objective was accomplished in 19.4 overs

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