2 star Indian cricketers who once posted a cryptic post on social media for not getting selected into the Indian team

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In the last few years, the Indian cricket team has achieved a lot of success in all three formats of the game through its stellar performances. With the help of IPL and domestic cricket, India is getting many new talented players every year. However, only a few of these players get a chance to play for the national team.


For each series and tournament, the BCCI selects a squad of 15 to 18 players on most occasions. Every time the players keep changing in the squad, the same players are able to continue to be a part of the team who manage to perform well during the matches.

It has been seen many times when the players running in the form are not even selected due to lack of space in the team. The player who is not selected, he definitely feels the disappointment.


In this article today, we take a look at 2 star Indian cricketers who once took to their social media to post a cryptic post after was not picked in the Indian team.

Sanju Samson

Rishabh Pant has been the team’s first choice as the leading wicket-keeper batsman for the team since the 2019 World Cup. However, some veterans were in favor of including Sanju Samson in the team considering Pant’s poor performance. In the ODI match played against Australia in 2020, Pant was out of the team due to a head injury and even at that time the right-handed batsman did not get a chance.

Initially Samson was not even named in the five-match T20I series against New Zealand in 2020, prompting his fans to once again come out in his support. Meanwhile, the 27-year-old had posted only a comma (,) on Twitter. While he didn’t add more than that, it was not difficult to understand what he really wanted to say.


Rohit Sharma

At present, Rohit Sharma is counted among the most successful players in the world, but during the 2011 World Cup, Rohit also missed a place in the team. At that time Rohit was not playing as an opener but used to play in the middle order. India already had legendary batsmen like Dhoni and Yuvraj in the middle order. In such a situation, there was only one vacancy to bat at No. 4 for which the selectors chose young Virat Kohli.

Rohit, who was part of the team in the 2007 T20 World Cup, was not selected in the squad for the 2011 World Cup. The right-handed batsman took to Twitter to express his disappointment.

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