There are young talents in Indian cricket and batsman Brian Lara believes the country’s senior men’s team cannot currently respond to two players, but can “make it thirteen”.
Lara, one of the biggest hitters in the game, said in her interaction with Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan Word that they were key players in the West Indies’ 200-round victory in the series that ultimately decided on the third ODI.
“India is like a second home to me. Watching young people come to India and play is what I’ve been doing since I was a kid. Just look at this Indian team and they are now 21st or even 31st thanks to the talent they have in many teams. They can even choose the guy.
India won its third ODI, but without the crucial Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
Lara turns to Kishan for advice on a declining group of young West Indies cricketers.
When young people in the West Indies have someone like Lara, they don’t have to look elsewhere for help, Kishan said.
“I think the hunger of this game is the most important thing. You want to do good for the team, for yourself, for your family, especially with the many good players in the West Indies, they can always interact with them . . . just like you said,” he said Kishan.
“They can come to you (Lara) and talk about this beautiful work and they will learn a lot from your experience and everything, so these are the little things that help the boy girl.” Lala said when Jill spoke. good shots inspired him a lot.
“Every time I see him, all I remember is hitting the bowlers and eating the bowlers, especially the red game… all kinds of games,” said Gill.