Yuvraj Singh bats straight: Indian cricket needs better selectors!

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The fearless Yuvraj Singh is back as the former Indian Middle-order batsman who has signed for the Abu Dhabi T-10 tournament was seen criticizing the selectors in the most natural and instinctive Yuvraj Singh way.

The MSK-Prasad led selection committee has always been under the scrutiny as the and Singh was one of the recent cricketers to join the list of players who have criticized the selection committee for not supporting and selecting players on the basis of merit and not giving players a longer run in the test team.

Talking of Rishabh Pant the former Indian International said that the boy (Rishabh Pant) has only played 8-10 One day Internationals and the wicket-keeper has shown good intent on the field as he has score two centuries and couple of 90’s in test matches to prove his mettle, and dropping him could send a bad message to the 22-year old wicket keeper batsman from Delhi.

Yuvraj Singh also emphasized on the fact that the country needs better and efficient selectors who could select a proper 15 member squad which could help them boost their confidence and help them morally.