Cameron Green should represent Australia, while Umran Malik ought to represent India: Brett Lee

Cameron Green should represent Australia, while Umran Malik ought to represent India: Brett Lee. Umran Malik has only participated in three T20I matches for India and is renowned for costly run leakage.

The forthcoming T20 World Cup in Australia leave former Australia international. Brett Lee disappoint and shock that Umran Malik and Cameron Green were not select by their respective teams.

The pacer from Jammu & Kashmir might have caused a lot of damage in the Australian conditions. According to the speedster who most recently played for Australia Legends in the Road Safety World Series 2022. This is because the Australian pitches frequently have extra pace and bounce.

The 22-year-old made his India debut earlier this year, but all three of his games against Ireland and England cost him dearly. However, the teenager has the talent to succeed on the world stage. As seen by his performance in the Indian Premier League (IPL). This is one of the reasons the former pace spearhead for Australia urge Umran to play for India in the multi-nation competition.

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“I would love to see Umran Malik unleashed in Australia, yes. So, to me the big surprises of his T20 World Cup – Umran Malik for India, I think he should play.”

Lee said

Regarding Cameron Green, Lee feels that the young player should have been a part of Australia’s big event roster. The 45-year-old continued by saying that he had a hard time comprehending the choice.

“Cameron Green has to play for Australia. I can’t fathom how Cameron Green isn’t in the team.”

Lee added.

Lee discusses the significance of pace in Australia.

With Bhuvneshwar Kumar struggling in the final overs and Jasprit Bumrah being disqualified from the match, India is currently without a death-over specialist. Although Arshdeep Singh, a young player, perform well in the Asia Cup, his place in the starting XI is not assure. According to many rumors, Bumrah will likely be replace by either Mohammad Siraj, Mohammad Shami, or Deepak Chahar.

Lee believes that speedsters—rather than swing bowlers—are the ones who can work magic at the very end. Lee emphasized the value of pacers and how the extra bounce is frequently beneficial in the Australian climate.

“Pace and bounce are crucial but if you are bowling pace at the death and if you are going to bowl length, you are going to be taken down. So, pace up front is good, and pace at the back is good too but it also depends on how well you deliver and execute your plans. So the extra bounce is more so for the batsman, how the batsman handles the extra bit of bounce because the sub-continent batters aren’t used to that pace and bounce.”

Lee said during a match of the Legends League Cricket.

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