India might have lost the downpour defaced ODI series in New Zealand yet previous mentor Ravi Shastri feels the guests can in any case take a ton of up-sides from the three excursions in Shubman Gill’s batting and Umran Malik’s bowling. New Zealand won the series 1-0 after the third and last ODI was cleaned out in Christchurch on Wednesday. The subsequent game, in Hamilton, was additionally cancelled attributable to rain.
Nonetheless, at whatever point the downpours remained away any semblance of Gill, Shreyas Iyer, Washington Sundar and Umran sparkled, grabbing Shastri’s eye. “I think a great deal of up-sides came from this one-day series. Shreyas Iyer getting runs in two or three matches, able to remain there and able to go through the extreme period. Suryakumar obviously has the potential, has the ability, and he will convey,” Shastri said during Prime Video’s post-match inclusion.
Opening up on the youthful Indian players in the ongoing crew, he added, “Washington Sundar, I believed was excellent. Also, even Umran Malik, I like the manner in which he bowled. There’s likely there. In the event that he can endure, it will be excellent.
These circumstances are extreme, you don’t get these circumstances frequently, and you don’t head out to New Zealand that frequently. “So I think for youthful cricketers to come here and get this sort of openness is brilliant. The climate and the ground aspects should be considered.”
He got the open door with two hands. What’s more, today I think he showed extraordinary development with the bat. Extreme circumstances, the top request battled, and the ball was beating the bat yet right from the beginning in 5-7 minutes you realized this person was formed.