Former Indian Player Dilip Vengsarkar Digs out at the selectors for not picking the star players, not giving them a proper opportunity. He Speaks for Ruturaj Gaikwad the Chennai Super King’s Opener. Ruturaj Gaikwad was one of the very crucial players for Chennai in the Latest Winning Edition.
Ruturaj Looked in absolutely wonderful form. He was the Orange Cap Holder with the most runs in the League, Surpassed all the world-class players. Gaikwad was now retained by Chennai ahead of the Big Mega Auction. He is Currently Playing Vijay Hazare Trophy, the player is in the pinkest form of his career.
Dilip Vengsarkar Feels Ruturaj Should be Selected for the ODI’S Against Proteas
Ruturaj Gaikwad after having a dream IPL was selected for the NZ series. He Deserves to be on the field for India. He is having the most perfect time of his career. In the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy, he scored Three Consecutive Centuries. He has played some absolutely brilliant Innings over this year. The Player now deserves a chance in the Indian Squad.
Dilip Vengsarkar Feels that there is no point in picking players who are growing old or are already 28, 29. The Players should be given early chances so, that they can have a good time on the field, He Said: “You must pick a man in form. How many more runs does he need to score to prove himself? It is high time the selectors pick him straight away and give him a proper opportunity”. He even added that Ruturaj Gaikwad is a player who can even come in at No.3 for India. Adding that Gaikwad should be accommodated on the Indian side right now, Vengsarkar concluded by stating that there is no point in picking the right-hander when he will be close to 20 years of age.
Indian Team To tour South Africa
The Indian team is in the BIO-BUBBLE now and will travel to South Africa on 16th December, The First Boxing Day Test is to be played on 26th December, the Indian team has never won a Test Series in South Africa, they will surely be eyeing to break that record. The team is in Brilliant Form, Let’s Hope to see some wonders there.