Team India’s tension increased before T20 World Cup! These star players of the team who are flopping

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New Delhi: T20 World Cup 2021 will be held in UAE and Oman from next month. For this big tournament, BCCI has selected a great team of young and veteran players for the World Cup. The IPL 2021 tournament is currently being played in the UAE just before the World Cup. Many players selected in the World Cup team in the second phase of IPL have been flop so far and this is a bad news for Team India.

These players are proving to be flop

Many players of Mumbai Indians have been given a chance in India’s World Cup team. Both the team and players of Mumbai have flopped in the second phase so far. Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah and Rohit Sharma have been selected for the World Cup. The bad thing is that these players have not been able to do anything special till now. Bumrah was also hit a lot in both the matches. It has to be seen that the selectors have not made any mistake by choosing these players.

What happened to these players?

At the same time, there are many veteran players who were not given a place in the World Cup team, but their current form is quite good. The first name of these players comes from veteran opener Shikhar Dhawan. Shikhar currently has the Orange Cap of IPL 2021. Like the first phase, Dhawan has been a hit in the second phase as well. Shreyas Iyer is also seen in good form. Apart from this, the performance of Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur has also been very good. But these players were kept out of the World Cup team.

World Cup is from next month

World Cup 2021 will be played in UAE and Oman from next month. The World Cup will be played from October 17. India will play its first match on October 24 against the biggest enemy Pakistan. Let us tell you that the Indian team will get involved in the World Cup just after IPL 2021. The final of IPL 2021 will be played on October 15.

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