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Yuzvendra Chahal, specifically, is one of the greatest oversights from India’s Asia Cup crew: Matthew Hayden


The declaration of the Indian cricket team for the Asia Cup has raised the sudden crisis in a respective manner for each of the assortments. The greatest blunder in the squad selection might be that of the speedy Yuzvendra Chahal, who again missed the opportunity to get into a multi-national tournament.

According to Ajit Agarkar, the announcement of the Indian squad for the Asia Cup has raised several issues about all of the selections. The most notable absence from the squad is seasoned spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who has once again missed the shuttle for a multi-nation event. While announcing the squad, Ajit Agarkar stated how difficult it is to fit two wrist spinners in the setup and how Kuldeep Yadav is ahead of Chahal in the pecking order.

Former Australian Matthew Hayden, on the other hand, believes that there have been some significant absences in the Indian squad, with Chahal being one of them. Hayden went on to say that the leg-spinner is a fantastic player and that the omission would have been difficult for the selectors to make.

There will always be some players in the run-up to World Cups, and we’ve seen Tilak Varma’s class. “I think it’s a good strategy not only for this World Cup but also potentially for the next World Cup (T20 World Cup 2024),” he said. With stars such as KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, and Jasprit Bumrah returning to the squad, India will be expected to perform at their best in the next Asia Cup.

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