Sunil Gavaskar . (Picture Supply: WILLIAM WEST/AFP through Getty Photographs)

Jos Buttler’s England stormed into the ultimate of the continuing T20 World Cup in Australia after shelling out a masterclass in batting in opposition to a hapless Indian bowling assault. Former Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar has made a daring comment after India’s embarrassing loss, hinting that there is likely to be a number of retirements coming from the Indian camp within the aftermath of one other disappointing ICC event.

India’s loss in opposition to the Three Lions have as soon as once more put the highlight on the much-maligned Indian prime order, who didn’t make the most of the situations within the semi-final in Adelaide. Former Indian skipper Sunil Gavaskar highlighted the truth that a number of present Indian gamers, together with skipper Rohit Sharma, are of their 30s, and with the following T20 World Cup nonetheless a few years away, there is likely to be a number of retirements impending.

“There will probably be some retirements additionally coming by, you by no means know. This isn’t the time to consider it. You actually get away from it, give it a whole lot of thought however there are a whole lot of gamers of their mid-30s who would contemplate their place for the Indian T20 crew,” Gavaskar advised the broadcaster after the match.

With Hardik Pandya in cost, will probably be a totally completely different crew: Sunil Gavaskar

The batting legend highlighted the appointment of Hardik Pandya as captain for his or her subsequent task in opposition to New Zealand as a brand new starting for the Indian crew. Gavaskar feels that the flamboyant all-rounder will stamp his authority within the upcoming sequence and can lead a ‘fully completely different’ Indian crew put up the T20 World Cup.

“For the tour of New Zealand, it is a completely different crew. The crew goes there below Hardik Pandya. He’ll start to place his stamp on the crew as a result of clearly, the choice comittee has despatched a sign that he, having gained the IPL in his first task, as a captain, they’ve marked him out as captain for T20s. So I feel with Pandya, will probably be a totally completely different crew,” the previous Indian opener added.



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