From commentator to ‘selector’: Sanjay Manjrekar names his decide for India’s no. 4 and allrounder – cricket


Former India cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar, who was not too long ago dropped by the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) from the commentary panel, took to Twitter on Monday to reply to questions posed by followers on the microblogging web site. In a tweet, one of many person requested Manjrekar which gamers he would decide for India’s no. 4 place because the allrounder within the squad if he was a selector.

“Your Quantity 4 Indian batsman and allrounder choice for T20WC?,” the Twitter used requested. In response to the query, Manjrekar gave clear replies. ‘Shreyas and Hardik respectively,” he wrote.

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Manjrekar backed Shreyas Iyer to be India’s no. 4 possibility. The suitable-hander a superb limited-overs sequence in New Zealand final month. 

Iyer completed because the leading-run scorer within the ODIs regardless of India dropping the sequence 3-0. He scored 217 runs in 3 innings at a median of 72.33 and a strike fee of 95.59. He was equally good within the T20Is, scoring 153 runs in 5 innings at a median of 51 and a strike fee of 131.90.

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In the meantime, Hardik Pandya, who turned Manjrekar’s decide for the allrounder within the staff, has been away from cricket since his surgical procedure in October. He was included within the squad for the three-match ODI sequence towards South Africa, however the sequence was referred to as off because of the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.