IND vs AFG 2024: One bad match and Aakash Chopra is asking to drop Tilak Verma from the playing XI


Akash Chopra said that Tilak Verma has not taken full advantage of his opportunity.

Tilak Varma and Aakash Chopra. (Image Source: X)

Afghanistan’s tour of India 2024, IND vs AFG: Former Indian cricketer and commentator Aakash Chopra (Akash Chopra) believes that Tilak Verma (Tilak Verma) can be dropped.

Aakash Chopra has said that left-handed batsman Tilak Verma could not take advantage of the opportunities given to him, hence he may be dropped from the playing eleven of the Indian cricket team in the upcoming T20I matches against Afghanistan. .

Tilak Varma did not take full advantage of his opportunity: Aakash Chopra

Let us tell you, Virat Kohli could not play the first T20I match due to personal reasons, but he is likely to come back in the second match in Indore. Apart from this, Yashasvi Jaiswal, who could not play in Mohali due to right groin strain, can also make a place in the playing eleven in the remaining matches against Afghanistan.

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Aakash Chopra said in a video shared on his YouTube channel, “After Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill were out, Tilak Verma was playing at number three and Shivam Dubey was promoted in the batting order. Tilak Verma played well for some time, but then he too was out, losing his wicket to Azmatullah Umarzai. Tilak Verma has not taken full advantage of his opportunity.

‘Will Tilak Verma play the next match?’

Will Tilak Verma play the next match? I think he may be dropped from the playing eleven, because if both Virat Kohli and Yashasvi Jaiswal become available for selection, then who will be out? No one can spare Shivam Dubey nor will anyone touch Rinku Singh. Don’t know about Shubman Gill, but I think Tilak Verma can be dropped for the next match.

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