IND vs NZ: Hanuma Vihari said - No one asked for the opening, but I am ready if the need arises - Vice Daily

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IND vs NZ: Hanuma Vihari said - No one asked for the opening, but I am ready if the need arises

On the first day of the practice match in New Zealand tour, the technical flaws of the inexperienced opening pair of India opened up. In this match, three opener contenders were playing in the Test. But Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi S…




On the first day of the practice match in New Zealand tour, the technical flaws of the inexperienced opening pair of India opened up. In this match, three opener contenders were playing in the Test. But Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw and Shubman Gill failed all three. After this situation of Indian opening in front of the second-rate bowling attack of New Zealand, Hanuma Vihari has said that if the team management wants it, they are ready for the opening.

26-year-old Hanuma Vihari said on Friday that if the team management tells him, then he is ready to start the innings. Vihari, who landed at number six in the practice match, scored a century, but Mayank Agarwal (1), Prithvi Shaw (0) and Shubhman Gill (0) were dismissed early. Questions have arisen after the failure of the three specialist openers as to how they will face Neil Wagner, Trent Boult and Matt Henry.

Batting all-rounder Vihari said, 'As a player I am ready to bat on any order. I have not been told anything yet. I have said before that I am ready to bat as per the need of the team, ''

Asked if he did not mind being left out of four consecutive Tests after the first Test against South Africa in Visakhapatnam in October last year, he said, "Many times team composition also has to be understood. When you are playing on your soil and five bowlers are in the team then one batsman will have to stay out. I don't want to prove anything but I follow the procedure.

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