Right after winning the player of the match award in the first Test in Bangladesh last month, left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav was dropped from India’s playing XI as the Indian team replaced him with left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat. had taken The move was heavily criticized as many former cricketers deemed it unnecessary and Robin Uthappa has become the latest cricketer to comment about it and also said that there is a feeling of insecurity among Indian cricketers at the moment.
Robin Uthappa, who was part of India’s T20 World Cup-winning side in 2007, mentioned that franchises like Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) have made the minimum possible changes over the years and that is the reason why They are both. Most successful teams of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He believes that Team India should do the same to win ICC trophies.
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Recently during a conversation with PTI, Robin Uthappa said, ‘Kuldeep was the ‘Player of the Match’ in the first Test against Bangladesh and he was out of the team for the next match; It does not send (send) a good message. Yes, you can explain things to Kuldeep once but it sends a wrong message to the young players that even after getting the ‘Player of the Match’, your place in the team is not assured.
He further said, “I feel there is a lack of sense of security among the players in the team. There have been constant changes in the team for a long time, when a player does not feel safe, he always has the mindset to save his place in the team.” Lives with.
Robin Uthappa said that it is very important to give a sense of security to the players to bring out the best in them. He believes that a lot of changes are happening in Indian cricket and it needs to change in order to get positive results for the team.
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Elaborating on this, Robin Uthappa said, “I think it is important to give a sense of security to the players. What we are seeing is that there have been a lot of changes over the years. And important matches In ODIs, their performance drops because they are not sure of their place in the team for the next match. You look at IPL, most of the times the titles have been won by the teams which have made few changes in the playing XI. Chennai (Super Kings ) and the success of Mumbai (Indians) also proves the same.