When questioned about KS Bharat’s news conference performance, head coach Rahul Dravid defended the wicketkeeper and batsman.
The Border Gavaskar Trophy has so far been the batters’ worst fear. The first three games of the series were all won by spinners, and they were all decided within three days. Many batsmen were having trouble scoring runs on the available pitches, and now that Ishan Kishan is up for selection, KS Bharat’s situation has come under scrutiny. Despite this, Bharat’s head coach Rahul Dravid defended the team when Dravid was questioned about his fitness.
K. S. Bharat has thus far earned scores of 8, 6, 23, 17, and 3 in all of the series’ games. Everyone should remember that the available pitches in the series were spin-friendly and difficult, meaning that few batsmen were able to make any runs on them.
Coach Dravid responded, “We are not worried,” when asked about the KS Bharat during a press conference. In spite of the fact that it’s not a significant contribution, he got 17 in the first innings, so it again comes down to perspective and comprehension of some of the difficulties and circumstances that he has been kept in.
” He went on to say that he “had a nice contribution in Delhi, where he played positively, and you need a little bit of luck in these conditions, and he probably hasn’t had that, and he is shaping really well and keeping really nicely for us.” “As a result, we must put batting performance into context.”
Although India has an option in Ishan Kishan, who has a similar playing style to Rishabh Pant, Bharat is unlikely to be dropped from the team due to his wicket-keeping abilities.