Sunil Gavaskar raging on the selectors after Australia's poor performance, said- he should resign
IND Vs AUS: Gavaskar believes selectors should resign to pick injured players in the team. Gavaskar said that the selectors should resign even if their team wins the last match and levels the series.
India vs Australia 4th test: In the four-match Test series being played between India and Australia, the hosts are trailing 2-1. After losing the first two Tests badly, Australia made a strong comeback in the Indore Test and defeated India by 9 wickets. But former India captain and veteran batsman Sunil Gavaskar is not happy with Australia's performance and has angrily launched a massive attack on Cricket Australia.
Gavaskar believes that the selectors should resign to pick injured players in the team. Gavaskar said that the selectors should resign even if their team wins the last match and levels the series. The former India opener said, "Former Australian players are venting their anger on team players on different media platforms, while they should be asking questions to their team selectors."
Gavaskar said, “How could the selectors choose Hazlewood, Starc and Cameron Green, who they knew would not play in the first two Tests? For half the series, the team management had only 13 players to choose from. He then selected a new player, Matthew Kuhnemann, in the team, while a player like him was already on the team. If they didn't think the teammate was good enough, why did they pick him in the first place? In all, the team management had only 12 players to choose from. The selectors should resign if they have any sense of responsibility."
Let us tell you that the last match of this series will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad from 9th March. If India wins this match, then it will directly reach the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). On the other hand, if he loses, then he will have to wait for the result of the Sri Lanka and New Zealand matches. Australia has already made it to the final by winning the Indore Test.