Which Indian players can be trusted in Pak-India high voltage match? Which Indian players will be the center of attention? And which cricketer is capable of turning the tide?
The team of Indian warriors in the Pak-India high voltage match in the T20 World Cup is full of experienced and in-form players. There are five names of Indian team in the T20 World Cup match between Pakistan and India that are the focus of attention.
Virat Kohli, who scored the most 3,159 runs in the T20 International World Cup, will resign from the T20 leadership after the World Cup. In the six matches played against the Green Shirts, Virat Kohli has scored 254 runs with a heavy average of 84 and a strike rate of 118.
KL Rahul is one of the experienced openers who is currently ranked sixth in the T20 rankings. He was the third highest scorer in the Indian Premier League (IPL) with 626 runs. The right-handed batsman has sounded the alarm for rival teams by scoring 51 runs in the warm-up match against England and 39 runs against Australia.
Rohit Sharma is a world renwoned in limited overs cricket. The opener who has scored the most 4 centuries in T20 is also the only Indian to play in all T20 World Cups. He also has the distinction of playing the most 111 T20 matches for his team. Although his track record is poor in T20 matches against Pakistan, he has an excellent record in ODI cricket against the Green Shirts.
This is the first time that the Indian team is participating in the T20 World Cup without MS Dhoni and this time Rishabh Pant is playing this important role. The 24-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman has led India to several victories and will be seen in action for the first time against Pakistan.
Jasprit Bumrah is currently India’s number one fast bowler. Taking 21 wickets in the IPL, he also proved his in-form. Although the 27-year-old bowler has not played in T20 internationals since the Coronavirus, the right-handed fast bowler in this format is the second most successful Indian wicket-taker to take 59 wickets in 50 matches at just 6.67 overs.