Danish Kaneria says ‘They have paid the price of conducting the IPL first’ in T20 World Cup 2021. Former Pakistan leg-spinner Kaneria has come down heavily. On the BCCI for conducting the IPL before the marquee T20 World Cup. Also, the 14th season of the IPL originally took place in India. Prior to this year but multiple bio-bubble breaches led to its pre-mature postponement. The BCCI once again took the cash-rich league to the UAE. Also, in conducted the second phase between September 19-October 15. In addition of the second leg meant Indian cricketers. It goes straight from a grueling tour of England to playing high-octane T20 cricket for their franchises.
Thus, the Board of Control for Cricket in India took the cash-rich league to the UAE. Moreover, in performing the second phase between September 19-October 15. In addition of the second leg implied Indian cricketers. It goes straight from an appalling tour of England. Also, to playing high-octane T20 cricket for their franchises.
And then Kaneria believes fatigue has played. In a major role in India’s poor performance at the T20 World Cup. Also, speaking on his YouTube channel, Kaneria opined that BCCI is the paying price for prioritizing the IPL.
“Was conducting the IPL just before a big tournament right? Shouldn’t they be given proper rest and time to regroup and fresh? They were already coming from the Test series. Now they have paid the price of conducting the IPL first,” said Kaneria.
Virat Kohli-led unit has looked insipid in both their games. While the batting unit has failed to marry intent with performance. Jasprit Bumrah has looked short of ideas and albeit defending sub-par totals. Moreover, India still has three games left. They will get to win each of them by a heavy edge. Whereas trusting that a few other results will go their way. But Kaneria is highly doubtful of the ambushed hosts’ capacity to induce past their young Asian neighbors.
“Lastly, It’s good now that India is out because they deserve this, the kind of cricket they played. And now it’s also highly doubtful if they will win against Afghanistan,” Danish Kaneria said.