Former India batsman Yuvraj Singh on Monday said there is a requirement for having better selectors, slamming the MSK Prasad-drove national choice board.
“We need better selectors, without a doubt. Selectors’ task is not simple. At whatever point they select 15 players, there will be a discussion that what will befall the other 15. It’s a difficult job but their thinking in terms of modern-day cricket is not up to the mark. It’s my opinion,” Yuvraj told journalists in Mumbai.
“I am consistently for securing the players and being sure about them. By speaking negatively about your players and group doesn’t show you in obvious light. Character possibly shows when things are turning out badly and you persuade the players. In awful occasions, everybody talks terrible. We unquestionably need better selectors,” he said.
Yuvraj likewise reprimanded the five-part board picking Vijay Shankar for the 50-over World Cup and not enduring with him after that.
“In the middle of, there was your Vijay Shankar, presently he has disappeared. You play him and afterward expel him. How might you make players along these lines? You can’t create players by giving them only three or four innings, you need to give someone a more extended run,” he said.
Yuvraj, who resigned in June and is set to partake in the Abu Dhabi T10 League, likewise said that all-rounder Shivam Dube ought not to be contrasted with him at this time.
Dube made his India debut in the opening T20 against Bangladesh in Delhi on Sunday however couldn’t score numerous runs.
“Give the person a chance to begin his profession first, and sooner or later when he arrives at a specific level, at that point you start contrasting him and somebody. I don’t figure he ought to be contrasted with me. He should make his own name. He has the ability.”
The 2011 World Cup legend likewise attacked batting mentor Vikram Rathour, saying he needs to take a shot at Dube and right his mix-ups yet the way that he has not played T20s won’t help.
“There are two or three things that should be taken a shot at in his game. I don’t know whether they will have the option to recognize where he is committing the errors. Vikram Rathour is the batting mentor, he needs to distinguish where he is committing errors.