Inzamam-ul-Haq praises India for assembling 2 squads simultaneously :
Former Pakistan captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq is quite impressed with India as India has send two national teams simultaneously to Sri Lanka and England.
Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has praised team India’s phenomenal bench strength and stated that India has beaten Australia in this regard.
Australian team had a strong group of players in the period from late ninety to early fifty.The powerful team rule the world of cricket for close to 15 years.
Team India is ready to travel to England for playing World Test Championship final as well as a five-match Test series after that.
India has named a squad of 20 players and the team is scheduled to depart on June 2. When the selected 20 players will bat out in whites, the fringe players also impress the selectors as India is scheduled to depart to Sri Lanka in July.
Inzamam-ul-Haq praises India for team management and seems quite impressed with the coaches and support staff.
Inzamam-ul-Haq praises India and stated that the idea of assembling second team seems quite interesting to him as whatever India is trying today, Australia already tried to put efforts for it years ago but unable to find success in that.
Inzamam-ul-Haq praises India and also stated that the scenario is completely different now as it is happening for the first time that a national cricket team is going to play 2 series simultaneously, with one country on one side and another country another side.
“This idea of assembling a second Indian team is very interesting. What India are trying to do today, Australia did this years ago, but they were not able to be successful in it. But the scenario today is such that India appear to be pulling it off. For the first time I think it is happening that a national cricket team will be playing two different series. One side in one country and the other side in some other country, and both are national teams,” Inzamam stated in a video uploaded on his YouTube channel, ‘Inzamam ul Haq – The Match Winner’
“When Australia were at their peak. From 1995 to say 2005-2010, they had tried to distinguish two international teams named Australia A and Australia B, but they didn’t get permission. India are doing what even Australia couldn’t do in their peak. And the move makes sense given the isolation protocols and everything, and it couldn’t have been possible to send the same team to both countries in such a gap,” the former Pakistan captain added.
The Sri Lanka tour will give the chance to players like Sanju Samson Prithvi Shaw and Deepak Chahar to show their excellent performance so that they can make their place in squad for ICC T20 World Cup.