5 future players of Indian Cricket
India probably has had the most exciting young and talented players in the last few years, thus, Indian cricket team has performed quite outstanding in the last few years. Indian premier league has helped many youngsters come and play under pressure and that has helped them at the international level. In the ODI cricket team, India potentially has one of the most exciting youngsters in the squad. Hopefully, in the next few years we can see our young guns slaying it for team India in the international level.
Here are 5 young players, who are good prospects for team India in future:
He is one of the most exciting talent in Indian cricket. Gill was the man of the Tournament in 2018 under 19 world cup. He has been consistently performing at every stage in the domestic level.
Ranji trophy, IPl, list A matches he is always scoring tons with the bat. Even Virat Kohli hasn’t been shy of proclaiming him to be the future of the Indian Cricket team. His List A matches stats have been quite remarkable. He has played 43 matches scoring 1724 runs with an average of 47.
2. Prithvi Shaw
He started his test career with a Bang against West Indies last year. Shaw was the man of the series award winner in his first test series played for the Indian Cricket team. He is a typical Mumbai batsman with an unorthodox style. He can be a good opening batsman in ODI cricket for the future of the Indian cricket team. His List A stats have been impeccable, scoring 1045 runs in 26 appearances. http://alleysport.com
3. Navdeep Saini
A young sensational fast bowler, performed brilliant in this year’s IPL. He made sure to make everyone wow over his pace and fantastic action. Saini can potentially be India’s next pace bowler and very soon we hope to see him in the Indian jersey, as he has already played 37 list A matches and took 57 wickets with economy of less than 5.
4. Shreyas Gopal
His action is quite similar to India’s legendary spinner Anil Kumble. In this year’s IPL he was the leading wicket taker amongst spinners. He is also handy with the bat as well and it is worth noticing that wrist spinners are very important nowadays in international cricket in short format and Shreyas Gopal has that potential to play for India. He has played 29 list A matches and took 46 wickets.
5. Rahul Chahar
He is young, prolific and his leg spin bowling has been fantastic in short format. In this year’s IPL he was the match-winner for Mumbai Indians a number of times. Chahar surely can be the next spinner who will be playing for India soon. He has played 22 matches and took 38 wickets in List A cricket. https://alleysport.com/2019/07/25/top-5-controversies-in-cricket/