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Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Deserved To be Part of Indian Squad

Asia Cup 2022: The eagerly anticipated Asia Cup 2022 is scheduled to start on August 27 and last through September 11. This edition will follow a T20 format and act as a warm-up for the upcoming T20 World Cup in October and November.

The All-India Senior Selection Committee revealed the 15-person roster for the Asia Cup on Monday, August 8. The seasoned combination of Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, who returned following rest and injury concerns respectively, were important additions to the side.

Due to injuries, the fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel were unable to join the team. Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan, two young people, have been honoured with the selections. Some players, despite their strong performances, were unfortunate not to be selected for the team.

Asia Cup 2022: Here Top 3 Indian Player Who Deserve To Be A Part Of the Tournament

1. Axar Patel

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

Due to the veteran players having a break following the demanding Indian Premier League (IPL) season, the young all-rounder Axar Patel was called up to the Indian team for the South Africa series. He played five times, took three wickets, and scored 23 runs for an average series.

Patel failed to pick up any wickets despite giving up 24 runs in three overs during the Ireland series. The 28-year-old played in just one match against England, giving up 23 runs in just two overs. In all editions of the Caribbean Tour, he received a longer rope.

Past three outings during the ODI phase of the series, he scored 85 runs and claimed two wickets, with his explosive 64* off 35 guiding India to victory. In two outings throughout the T20I series, he claimed five wickets, with the best total being 3/15. He will take the place of an injured or ailing player in the event as one of the three backup players

2. Sanju Samson

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

The most noticeable omission from the Asia Cup 2022 roster was Sanju Samson, a keeper-batter. He was chosen for the Ireland series as a result of his outstanding IPL 2022 efforts, during which he scored 458 runs in 17 innings.

Samson made his comeback to international cricket against Ireland, scoring a fantastic 77 off 42 balls. Samson then defeated West Indies in one of the three innings of the ODI series, scoring 72 runs in total. The 28-year-old scored 45 runs in the T20I series, averaging 45, during the T20I phase of the Caribbean Tour. Despite his outstanding performances in the IPL, he has only appeared in four ODIs and sixteen T20Is since making his debut in 2015. Furthermore, in his recent appearances, his adept wicket-keeping abilities were on display. The cricket community is undoubtedly shocked by the player’s non-selection for the Asia Cup team.

3. Ishan Kishan

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
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The swashbuckling batter’s ability to hit the ball has been a revelation. Ishan Kishan was selected for the South Africa series after a strong second half of the IPL 2022. He responded brilliantly, scoring 206 runs over five innings to become the series’ leading run-scorer.

After that, against Ireland, Kishan scored 29 runs in two innings. The southpaw, who scored 19 runs in just two innings against England and the West Indies. He was unable to play enough games of the series.

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In the T20Is, a number of players, including Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav, took Kishan’s spot as the opener. His chances of making the ODI team were further hampered by the presence of Shubman Gill and Shikhar Dhawan. Unfortunately, Kishan does not fit into the plan for the T20 World Cup when looking at the Indian team’s starting XI.

Asia Cup 2022: The eagerly anticipated Asia Cup 2022 is scheduled to start on August 27 and last through September 11. This edition will follow a T20 format and act as a warm-up for the upcoming T20 World Cup in October and November.

The All-India Senior Selection Committee revealed the 15-person roster for the Asia Cup on Monday, August 8. The seasoned combination of Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, who returned following rest and injury concerns respectively, were important additions to the side.

Due to injuries, the fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel were unable to join the team. Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan, two young people, have been honoured with the selections. Some players, despite their strong performances, were unfortunate not to be selected for the team.

Asia Cup 2022: Here Top 3 Indian Player Who Deserve To Be A Part Of the Tournament

1. Axar Patel

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

Due to the veteran players having a break following the demanding Indian Premier League (IPL) season, the young all-rounder Axar Patel was called up to the Indian team for the South Africa series. He played five times, took three wickets, and scored 23 runs for an average series.

Patel failed to pick up any wickets despite giving up 24 runs in three overs during the Ireland series. The 28-year-old played in just one match against England, giving up 23 runs in just two overs. In all editions of the Caribbean Tour, he received a longer rope.

Past three outings during the ODI phase of the series, he scored 85 runs and claimed two wickets, with his explosive 64* off 35 guiding India to victory. In two outings throughout the T20I series, he claimed five wickets, with the best total being 3/15. He will take the place of an injured or ailing player in the event as one of the three backup players

2. Sanju Samson

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

The most noticeable omission from the Asia Cup 2022 roster was Sanju Samson, a keeper-batter. He was chosen for the Ireland series as a result of his outstanding IPL 2022 efforts, during which he scored 458 runs in 17 innings.

Samson made his comeback to international cricket against Ireland, scoring a fantastic 77 off 42 balls. Samson then defeated West Indies in one of the three innings of the ODI series, scoring 72 runs in total. The 28-year-old scored 45 runs in the T20I series, averaging 45, during the T20I phase of the Caribbean Tour. Despite his outstanding performances in the IPL, he has only appeared in four ODIs and sixteen T20Is since making his debut in 2015. Furthermore, in his recent appearances, his adept wicket-keeping abilities were on display. The cricket community is undoubtedly shocked by the player’s non-selection for the Asia Cup team.

3. Ishan Kishan

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

The swashbuckling batter’s ability to hit the ball has been a revelation. Ishan Kishan was selected for the South Africa series after a strong second half of the IPL 2022. He responded brilliantly, scoring 206 runs over five innings to become the series’ leading run-scorer.

After that, against Ireland, Kishan scored 29 runs in two innings. The southpaw, who scored 19 runs in just two innings against England and the West Indies. He was unable to play enough games of the series.

In the T20Is, a number of players, including Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav, took Kishan’s spot as the opener. His chances of making the ODI team were further hampered by the presence of Shubman Gill and Shikhar Dhawan. Unfortunately, Kishan does not fit into the plan for the T20 World Cup when looking at the Indian team’s starting XI.

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Asia Cup 2022: The eagerly anticipated Asia Cup 2022 is scheduled to start on August 27 and last through September 11. This edition will follow a T20 format and act as a warm-up for the upcoming T20 World Cup in October and November.

The All-India Senior Selection Committee revealed the 15-person roster for the Asia Cup on Monday, August 8. The seasoned combination of Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, who returned following rest and injury concerns respectively, were important additions to the side.

Due to injuries, the fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel were unable to join the team. Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan, two young people, have been honoured with the selections. Some players, despite their strong performances, were unfortunate not to be selected for the team.

Asia Cup 2022: Here Top 3 Indian Player Who Deserve To Be A Part Of the Tournament

1. Axar Patel

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

Due to the veteran players having a break following the demanding Indian Premier League (IPL) season, the young all-rounder Axar Patel was called up to the Indian team for the South Africa series. He played five times, took three wickets, and scored 23 runs for an average series.

Patel failed to pick up any wickets despite giving up 24 runs in three overs during the Ireland series. The 28-year-old played in just one match against England, giving up 23 runs in just two overs. In all editions of the Caribbean Tour, he received a longer rope.

Past three outings during the ODI phase of the series, he scored 85 runs and claimed two wickets, with his explosive 64* off 35 guiding India to victory. In two outings throughout the T20I series, he claimed five wickets, with the best total being 3/15. He will take the place of an injured or ailing player in the event as one of the three backup players

2. Sanju Samson

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

The most noticeable omission from the Asia Cup 2022 roster was Sanju Samson, a keeper-batter. He was chosen for the Ireland series as a result of his outstanding IPL 2022 efforts, during which he scored 458 runs in 17 innings.

Samson made his comeback to international cricket against Ireland, scoring a fantastic 77 off 42 balls. Samson then defeated West Indies in one of the three innings of the ODI series, scoring 72 runs in total. The 28-year-old scored 45 runs in the T20I series, averaging 45, during the T20I phase of the Caribbean Tour. Despite his outstanding performances in the IPL, he has only appeared in four ODIs and sixteen T20Is since making his debut in 2015. Furthermore, in his recent appearances, his adept wicket-keeping abilities were on display. The cricket community is undoubtedly shocked by the player’s non-selection for the Asia Cup team.

3. Ishan Kishan

Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be
Asia Cup 2022: 3 Players Who Were Not A Part Of Team India But They Deserves To Be

The swashbuckling batter’s ability to hit the ball has been a revelation. Ishan Kishan was selected for the South Africa series after a strong second half of the IPL 2022. He responded brilliantly, scoring 206 runs over five innings to become the series’ leading run-scorer.

After that, against Ireland, Kishan scored 29 runs in two innings. The southpaw, who scored 19 runs in just two innings against England and the West Indies. He was unable to play enough games of the series.

In the T20Is, a number of players, including Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav, took Kishan’s spot as the opener. His chances of making the ODI team were further hampered by the presence of Shubman Gill and Shikhar Dhawan. Unfortunately, Kishan does not fit into the plan for the T20 World Cup when looking at the Indian team’s starting XI.

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