Cricket is a passionate game in India and if someone wants to play for the country he/she has to be pretty good and have to yield maximum runs or wickets to make the cut due to this reason you witness enormous bench strength that Men in Blue currently possess on the International stage.
Whenever any squad of India is picked for World Cup there is always an eyeball related to the selection of few players as India have selected five specialist spinners in their 15 member squad and have gone for only three fast bowlers where experience has been given preference including the likes of Mohammad Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Let’s talk about those players who missed in 15 member squad and even the one in reserve in detail.
The first name on the list is talented fast bowler T Natarajan who is also known for executing all six deliveries at the same line and he was key for India’s victory against England where he bowled a crucial over against Sam Curran and ensured that swashbuckling left-hander doesn’t score required runs freely which enabled Men in Blue to seal series against Three Lions.
The second name on the list is Shardul Thakur yes you might say that he is in the reserve but the way he has played in the last 10-12 months he has grown in stature as an all-rounder he should have been in 15 member squad ideally in place of Axar Patel.
The third name on the radar is Deepak Chahar who single-handedly recently won the match against Sri Lanka where top batters failed to chase and with his swing bowling ability complemented with a Short run-up he thoroughly deserves a chance in 15 member squad.
The last name on the list is certainly none other than Shreyas Iyer who has hardly done anything wrong to be axed from a 15 member squad apart from the injury which he suffered at the home series against England. Mumbaikar thoroughly deserves a chance in a 15 member squad.