Arjun Tendulkar scalped three wickets on the recently concluded tour of Sri Lanka. The southpaw opening seamer took two wickets in the first four-day match. Meanwhile, the left-arm fast bowler took a solitary wicket in the second Youth Cup game against Sri Lanka Under-19.
Furthermore, Junior Tendulkar could also not impress with the bat as he was dismissed without troubling the scorers in the first match. Therefore, we take a look at five Under-19 players who should get their chances along with Arjun Tendulkar.
Note: The Under-19 coach Rahul Dravid wants to give chances to a particular set of players for two years. In fact, the Wall doesn’t want to repeat the same players who have represented the country once in the Under-19 World Cup.
Similarly Washington Sundar was not included in the Under-19 side despite fitting the age criteria.
Here are the top five Under-19 players who should get more chances.
The Indian opener Manjot Kalra has faded away from the center stage after scoring a hundred in the Under-19 World Cup final against Australia.
In fact, the southpaw batsman was picked by the Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League. However, the young sensation could not get his chance in the Twenty20 tournament as Rishabh Pant was the first choice wicketkeeper for the Delhi Daredevils.