India did wrong by not playing Mohammed Siraj in the WTC final against New Zealand: Nathan Hauritz

Mohammed Siraj

When you look at the result of WTC final between India and New Zealand where the latter has defeated former by eight wickets.

Mohammed Siraj photo

There have been several theory shared by cricket experts with one being lack of actual match practice rather than Intrasquad games and Indian batsman failing to Captiliaze the condition. One such statement came from Former Australian player Nathan Hauritz stated that India did biggest mistake by playing two spinner in the playing X1 as the conditions were throughly suiting fast bowlers.

They should have played Mohammad Shiraj who was in sublime form during recently concluded Australia tour. He led the Indian bowling attack on that tour in absence of star studded lineup including the likes of Bumrah, Shami due to injury.

He also praised Indian batting legend for his dominance with the bat and leading the national side from the front and the ace batsman has already scored 70 International centuries which includes 43 ODI hundred and 27 Test Hundred.

Indian team biggest challenge will be now facing England team for five match Test series starting from August 4th 2021. The clash between two giants of the game will also mark the resumption of second cycle of WTC.