India lost by eight wickets to New Zealand in the Do Or Die match of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Sunday. India are currently on the verge of exiting the T20 World Cup. With India losing two matches in a row, the players have come under fire. Apart from the fans, former cricketers are talking about the social media platform. Former Pakistan cricketers react to why India could not win over the Kiwis.
Shahid Afridi said that India still has time and India has a chance to recover. “India has a chance to qualify for the semis. But we saw how they played the two matches they played in this event, ”Afridi tweeted. Shoaib Akhtar has criticized the sending of Ishant Kishan as the opener in the match against New Zealand. Team India said the story is almost over. He opined that it would not be right for Rohit Sharma to come in 3rd and Virat Kohli to come in 4th.
Former cricketer Sehwag reacted to India’s defeat on Twitter. The Indian batsmen erred in their poor shot selection. “The Indian team is very discouraging. The Kiwis played wonderfully. The style of India players is not great. The New Zealand victory confirmed that India had not reached the next stage. It’s time to dump her and move on, “Sehwag tweeted. Former India all-rounder Pathan reacts to India’s defeat. Congratulations to Williamson and Connie. “Players need stability,” Pathan tweeted. Former cricketers VVS Laxman, Wasim Jaffer, Aakash Chopra and veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also reacted to the India-Kiwis match.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has lashed out at the Indian game. “India is about to exit the T20 World Cup. With so much talent, he tweeted that Team India, known as a big team, would fail miserably in limited overs cricket. Michael Vaughan suggested to the BCCI that Indian cricketers be allowed to play in all league matches played in other parts of the world. So that gives them experience. Another former England player, Peterson, has come out in support of Team India. “Sports are about winning and losing. No player plays the game to lose. It is a great honor to represent your country. Please understand that players are not robots, they need support at all times. ” He tweeted.
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