New Delhi: Youngistan is all set. Team India is eager to replace the future stars. The team management is also working hard to identify the talent of the next generation. Players are judged at every level. Cricketers who are consistently performing well are appreciated. Here we are going to talk about five such cricketers, who can become senior stars of the team in future.
Kapil came after Gavaskar. Tendulkar after Kapil. During this, Sourav, Rahul and Laxman also had their own separate Bhakaal. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have been carrying forward this glorious tradition of Indian cricket. Now that the career of these players is also at its last stage, the new players are also ready to wait for their turn.
Youngistan is all set. Team India is eager to replace the future stars. The team management is also working hard to identify the talent of the next generation. Players are judged at every level. Cricketers who are consistently performing well are appreciated. Here we are going to talk about five such cricketers, who can become senior stars of the team in future.
Yash Dhul (19 year old right handed batsman)
Yash joined the list of former Indian captain Virat Kohli by winning the trophy to Team India in the Under-19 World Cup. He became only the third Indian batsman to score centuries in both the innings of his Ranji Trophy debut. Dhul told in the Under-19 World Cup that he is a long race horse.
Shahrukh Khan (26-year-old right-handed batsman)
This Tamil Nadu batsman has been impressing everyone continuously for the last few years. He also got a place in the Indian squad for the first time for the ODI series against West Indies. Although he could not make his debut. In the IPL, Punjab Kings has included him in their team by paying a hefty amount of nine crores. In the last season too, he got Rs 5.25 crore. Then he scored 153 runs in 11 matches. Shahrukh’s image is that of an explosive batsman.
KS Bharat (Right-handed wicket-keeper batsman)
It is not that easy to become the successor of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. After a tough struggle, Rishabh Pant must have been able to establish himself as a wicket-keeper batsman in international cricket, but is he really fit in every format. KL Bharat has the answer. 28-year-old Kona Srikar from Andhra Pradesh is a big name in domestic cricket. Along with wicketkeeping, he also knows batting well. In the home Test series against New Zealand, he also entered the field as a substitute. Delhi Capitals took him with them in the IPL auction.
Sakibul Ghani (Right-handed batsman)
Sakibul Ghani, who became the first batsman to score a triple century in a debut first-class match, has been recorded in golden letters. In his innings of 405 balls against Mizoram, Ghani hit 56 fours and two sixes. Ghani, who scored 341 runs in the match, is just 22 years old. Sakibul, a resident of Motihari, Bihar, started playing cricket at the age of just eight. Sakibul is the youngest of four brothers. His elder brother Faisal Ghani is also a cricketer and he trained Sakibul.
Raj Angad Bawa (Left-arm pacer, Right-handed batsman)
The 19-year-old Raj, who hails from Chandigarh, got the atmosphere of the game from home. Raj Angad Bawa, who was the champion of the Under-19 World Cup winning team, was India’s search in the tournament. The all-rounder, who took five wickets against England in the final, showed great performance with the bat throughout the series. Scored more than 252 runs. Took nine wickets as well.
[Attribution to NBT]