Ex-Indian Cricketer Slams ICC For Biased Groups of the Decade


Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra has criticized the choices in ICC Groups of the Decade throughout all codecs and is baffled at how no Pakistani participant has made it to any of the three groups chosen by ICC. Chopra was extremely crucial of the T20I Workforce of the Decade.

Chopra talked concerning the controversial choices on his YouTube channel. He stated that the T20I Workforce of the Decade doesn’t make any sense to him as a cricketer. He stated that how is it doable that ICC chosen solely three bowlers within the staff and didn’t embrace both Umar Gul or Saeed Ajmal.


ALSO READ

Shoaib Akhtar Slams ICC Over ‘IPL’ Groups of the Decade


 

He additionally criticized the collection of MS Dhoni because the wicket-keeper and captain of the staff. He stated that Dhoni’s performances in T20 internationals weren’t that particular and on condition that India didn’t win a single T20I match within the decade, he shouldn’t have been chosen.

Chopra added that the Check Workforce of the Decade appears extra balanced however it nonetheless doesn’t have any Pakistani participant in it. He stated that Younis Khan with a median of just about 57 had a robust declare to be within the Workforce of the Decade. He was additionally shocked on the absence of South African batsman, Hashim Amla.


ALSO READ

Fawad Alam Breaks A number of Batting Data With Comeback Century


Chopra additionally criticized the choices within the ODI Workforce of the Decade. He stated that Mohammad Hafeez ought to have been thought of because of his excellent all-round performances all through the last decade.

Chopra concluded by saying that the choices within the Groups of the Decade appeared biased. He believed that not even one Pakistani among the many three groups appears just like the choices weren’t made on benefit moderately out of private likes and dislikes.



Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top