“4 Spinners are little….”Harbhajan Singh’s massive take on team India’s world cup 15

Former Indian spin star “The Turbnator,” Harbhajan Singh, feels that team India will miss Rinku Singh in the middle order heading into the upcoming World Cup. Harbhajan Singh further feels that Team India has picked four spinners for the upcoming T-20 World Cup, which is a little too much.

On the other hand, Rinku Singh, who has been delivering match-winning performances on the international stage at a continuous level, has failed to find his place in India’s World Cup 15 but has been included in India’s traveling reserves.
Harbhajan stated, “The World Cup team has been selected,” in an interview with ANI on Monday. The batting is strong. We could use one more fast bowler, I believe. Since Rinku Singh has the ability to win the game for us on his own, I believe he will be missed. In 20 balls, he can chase down 60 runs. I believe that choosing four spinners is a little excessive. It would have sufficed with three. I hope Team India wins and sends my best wishes their way.”
He added that, in his opinion, India will never field four spinners in a match.

“I doubt we’ll ever use four spinners in a single game. Playing will be Ravindra Jadeja. Perhaps Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav will play with him. Perhaps in a game, we’ll field three spinners. When the conditions are seen, we will learn more about the combination,” he stated.
Since making his Twenty20 debut against Ireland in 2023, Rinku has participated in 15 games and 11 innings, amassing 356 runs at an average of 89.00 and a strike rate of 176.24. In January 2024, the left-handed hitter engaged in his final 20-over game for India against Afghanistan. 
But Rinku’s IPL 2024 has been a letdown, scoring just 168 runs at an average of 18.66 in 11 innings, with a maximum score of 26, maybe because of poor form or a lack of opportunities down the order as a result of the top order’s strong performances.

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