5 Potential Replacements For MSK Prasad As National Selector
5 Potential Replacements For MSK Prasad As National Selector; It has been a rollercoaster ride like a journey for MSK Prasad with a lot of ups and downs as the chief of the selection committee. The former Indian cricketer was kept under the pump many times during his stint. Sometimes, he did with a mark of brilliance while sometimes, he was on the receiving end for his poor picking of the players.
He has seen many highs as far as the Test format is concerned. Under him, India won down under and almost pulled out victories in South Africa and England in the longer versions of the game. Even in shorter formats, the Indian team become a force to reckon with but the selection of the team for ICC World Cup 2019 is something, which didn’t work in his favour at all.
Following the announcement of the squad and the standbys, they picked Rishabh Pant – the middle-order batsman to replace opener Shikhar Dhawan and then ignored Ambati Rayudu and picked Mayank Agarwal when Vijay Shankar was injured despite Rayudu being the next standby player. Meanwhile, we came up with a five replacements for MSK Prasad as a national selector if he is out from the current role.
5 Potential Replacements For MSK Prasad As National Selector:
5. Sandeep Patil:
Yeah, back to the person, who got an abundance of experience in that role. Under his stint, India won the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, which is still the last major cup won by India, especially, ICC event. He coached Kenya in the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup, where they ended up being one of the semifinalists for the first time. He served as the chief of the BCCI Selection Committee from 2012 to 2016.
Patil was appointed the chairman of selectors following the sacking of Mohinder Amarnath in September 2012. Following that, he did a great job by selecting the perfect squad for ICC Champions Trophy 2013. Even in ICC World Cup 2015, India was unbeaten until they suffered loss in the hands of Australia in the knockouts. Well, he could well be the choice for India again.