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5 Undeserving Players Who Played International Cricket For India In The Last 5 Years


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Now, this article is going to be an interesting one as it will list out some 5 undeserving players who played international cricket but the sooner they got in, the sooner they got out of the team. Find below the list of 5 players who were an utter disappointment.

Krisnappa Gowtham

On the first we would like to highlight the name of the all-rounder Krishna Gowtham, who was initially discovered during the IPLs in 2018 but after his entry in the international squad and against Sri Lanka series in last year, his debut performance went down haywire, in both batting as well as bowling segment but the thing to understand is the opportunity he got. He got only one game to justify himself and since then haven’t been seen in any of the major formats


Shivam Dube

The list continues ahead with the name of Shivam Dube, who’s big hitting abilities was a site to behold at. We are talking about the last concluded IPL season, where Shivam during one of his matches in the IPL was seen leading his franchise single-handedly but eventually due to poor form of display after it, hasn’t been seen in the game ever since. But we hope probably in the future.


Umran Malik

Who doesn’t know the name of this young lad from Jammu & Kashmir who’s astonishingly fast pace, mesmerized the world entirely. His skills and talent were seen in the IPL while playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad team, and in one of the matches against the IPL winning team, Gujarat Titans, he took 5 wickets. His performance was indeed noticed by industry veterans such as Sunil Gavaskar, Brian Lara and many more.


Varun Chakravarthy

Now the name we are going to highlight here is none other than Varun Chakravarthy whose terrific performance indeed got him many games and to be a part of but eventually his last year’s performance (2021) where he took just 2 wickets off 6 matches was later replaced by another player in the national team.


Vijay Shankar

Last but not the least comes the name of Vijay Shankar whose tenure with the Indian national team was short-lived and consists of 12 ODI’s, 9 T20I’s with an average of 31.38. As an all-rounder his performance was below average and hasn’t been seen playing in any of the formats recently.

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