3 Indian players who might have played their last T20I in T20 World Cup 2022


India’s T20 World Cup 2022 campaign ended with a 10-wicket defeat at the hands of England in the second semifinal of the mega event on Thursday. The Men in Blue had an opportunity to advance to their first T20 World Cup final since 2014, but suffered one of the most embarrassing losses in the tournament’s history to crash out before the summit clash.

A lot of questions will be asked about the Indian squad after their dismal showing against England. Given that multiple players in this squad are aged more than 30, there is a possibility that some of them might disappear from the T20 World Cup 2022 arena altogether.Former Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar recently commented on the future of the T20I squad in an interaction with Star Sports:Hardik Pandya will definitely take over the team in the future and there will be some retirements, you never know. Players will be giving it a lot of thought. There are several players in their mid-30s who will be reconsidering their position in the Indian T20I team.”On that note, we will look at the three players who might never play another T20I for India.Dinesh Karthik made an epic comeback to the Indian T20I squad earlier this year. After some stupendous batting performances in IPL 2022, Karthik earned a recall to the T20I squad. He impressed straightaway in the series against South Africa to cement his place in the team.The 37-year-old played some decent knocks for the team, but could not play a big innings in the T20 World Cup 2022. He lost his wicket at a crucial moment in the opening match against Pakistan and then could not support Suryakumar Yadav when he needed someone at the other end against South Africa.

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