Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian all-rounder, has continued to criticize the Indian selectors for what he calls promoting instability in the unit. Particularly, the flamboyant cricketer discussed the forthcoming T20 World Cup in Australia for which he wants a settled Indian unit.
The 37-year old lampooning the Indian selectors isn’t a new phenomenon and he did it again by saying that if your selectors are only there for the good times, you need to change them. Yuvraj believes that talking negatively about the players during their rough patch doesn’t show anyone in a good light.
Moreover, the Chandigarh born highlighted the case of the belligerent wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant who is trying to cement his place in the national team.
He said that Pant is originally an opener, who is trying to adjust with the dynamics of middle-order batting and this cannot happen overnight. For this reason, Yuvraj demanded selectors, management and fans to be a bit more patient with someone who is billed as the next big thing of the Indian cricket.