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Kiran More Says He’d Have Selected Ruturaj Gaikwad In All 3 Formats, Twitter Goes Berserk


Kiran More Says He’d Have Selected Ruturaj Gaikwad In All 3 Formats, Twitter Goes Berserk

Ruturaj Gaikwad is certainly a very talented young cricketer who has played many match-winning performances for his team whether he has played for Maharashtra or his IPL team Chennai Super Kings. In fact, it was Ruturaj Gaikwad who contributed immensely in CSK’s IPL 2021 win and many are speculating that he can be the future captain of the Chennai franchise.

The cricketer has also made his international debut in the short formats as he has played 1 ODI and 9 T20Is for the country till now but he hasn’t been able to repeat his excellent performance of the IPL at the international level. Ruturaj Gaikwad was not even considered for selection in the Indian squad for the ICC T20I World Cup 2022 because of his not-so-good performances at the international level and many cricket experts feel that he still needs some time before playing international cricket. The Indian cricket team led by Rohit Sharma is already in Australia where the ICC T20I World Cup 2022 will be played and presently India is playing practice matches in order to get acquainted and accustomed with the conditions.

However, the former Indian cricketer Kiran More is of the opinion that Ruturaj Gaikwad should be a part of the national team in all the three formats and recently he stated that if he had been the selector, he would have selected Ruturaj Gaikwad for all the three formats.

Kiran More is considered as the second most successful Indian wicketkeeper after Syed Kirmani and he has also served as the chairman of the selection committee. As the statement of Kiran More went viral, netizens started reacting to it and majority of the Indian cricket fans don’t agree with him.

Here are some selected reactions:









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