- Sreesanth wants Kohli with Rohit Sharma. opened
- In 2016, Kohli opened for RCB and scored 4 centuries
- Sreesanth says India’s team at the T20 World Cup looks like World XI
Dubai: Former Indian captain S Sreesanth has suggested changing the team’s batting position as India prepares to face Pakistan at the T20 World Cup. India’s first World Cup game will take place on October 24th. India face Pakistan in the first game. However, Sreesanth suggested making some changes to the eyelash.
Sreesanth wants Virat Kohli to open with Rohit Sharma open When Kohli performed for the RCB in 2016, he had met for four centuries. So it is appropriate that Kohli is the opener. When these two come together, it becomes a deadly combination. Sreesanth suggests that KL Rahul should be third and Rishabh Pant fourth.
Sreesanth said India is strong on paper. We have the best T20 league like the IPL. Seven Indians play on an IPL team. When it comes to the T20 World Cup, India’s team is like the World XI. Sreesanth, the 2007 world champion, said he saw no reason why India shouldn’t win the cup.
Sreesanth has no doubt that India will win the World Cup. Sreesanth was the man who led the team to victory in the 2007 World Cup final against Pakistan. The player who was able to be part of an unforgettable moment is now active in domestic cricket. Sreesanth hopes to return to the national team.