Mithali Raj controversy is a darkest phase in history of women’s cricket


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The debate encompassing Mithali Raj’s unexpected dropping from the playing XI for the semi-last match against England in the ICC Women’s World T20 has gotten murkier as Ramesh Powar, the India ladies’ group mentor, claimed that the One-day International (ODI) captain of overlooking her job and batting for possess achievements in the West Indies. In his messaged provide details regarding India’s execution, routed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) CEO Rahul Johri and General Manager cricket tasks Saba Karim, Powar claimed that Mithali Raj had “least contributions to group gatherings,” including, “not a solitary expression of thankfulness originated from her in the wake of completing at the highest point of the table.”

Powar expressed that Mithali “couldn’t comprehend and adjust to group plan. She overlooked her job and batted for her own achievements. Absence of propping the force up which was putting additional weight on different hitters. Buckled down as a mentor to address her capacity hitting, batting aptitudes and running between the wickets in pretty much every session.

By and by amusements, she was attempting to score rapidly, as wickets were low bob and moderate. The purpose was absent. Couldn’t lean and execute shots because of constrained capacity in aptitudes and wellness,” he composed.

Clarifying the adjustment in the batting line-up, Powar stated, “Mithali’s absence of purpose to score rapidly by and by recreations provoked us to open with Taniya Bhatia (in first alliance diversion versus New Zealand), who dependably indicated aim each time she batted. We utilized Taniya and Hemlatha in strategic maneuver versus New Zealand which got us 24 keeps running in 13 balls. It’s not constantly about individual achievements, it’s constantly about group systems and executions (group first).”

Powar, whose between time contract closes on November 30, additionally included that Biju George gave him the criticism that Mithali wasn’t occupied with handling drills. “I trust Mithali Raj quits coercing, pressurizing mentors and furthermore quits putting her advantage first at that point team’s. I trust she will take a gander at the master plan and work towards the advancement of the Indian ladies’ cricket,” he closed Mithali’s execution report.


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