Good to see Indian Team management process conforms to Prasidh Krishna: Saba Karim | Cricket News

Prasidh Krishna (Photo AFP)

NEW DELHI: Saba KarimThe former Indian cricketer and former member of the senior men’s selection committee has expressed his delight at the team management’s continued support for fast bowler Prasidh Krishna. The ongoing ODI series includes Zimbabwe. England.
Although Krishna Only took two wickets in the ODIs against England And only took one wicket in two matches against them West IndiesThe Indian He was still selected by the team for the Zimbabwe series. In the first two games. Krishna Before being rested for the ODIA final, the team came back with numbers of 3/50 & 1/28 on Monday.
“Yes (on decision to persist with Krishna), and you know what, against West Indies in the ODI, if I remember correctly, he didn’t have a very good outing. It’s good to see that the leadership of the Indian team is persistent with Prasidh Krishna and that’s the hallmark of this new setup,” Karim.
Karim Also, it has been pointed out that sticking to players like Krishna Who can be an advantage for the Indian Team Future is a constant in the new Indian team management
“Once they trust a player they want to give him enough chances and that helps a player not to be so afraid of failure and that’s what we saw in Prasidh Krishna’s last outing He did well, he was able to change his length. That wicket he took from a Yorker against a well-set up bat. That was pretty good to see.
At the Gleichzeitig, Karim It was pointed out that there are still opportunities for improvement for Krishna to be a reliable and consistent India Future bowler. “He still has so much to learn for him. His record outside of India hasn’t been really good because he’s more of a hard hitting bowler and overseas you have to change your length to be able to pick wickets while being economical.
“But I think these are great signs for Prasidh Krishna because the more he plays I’m sure he will improve, and he will add to the rich pool of Indian bowlers we are seeing at the moment.”


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