File photo of Rohit Sharma © AFP
Former New Zealand cricketer Craig Cumming is miserable with head trainer Gary Stead’s determination with opener Finn Allen, that fell short with the bat in the recently-concluded three-match ODI collection versusIndia The hosts glossed over the Kiwis 3-0 with Allen, 23, racking up 2 successive ducks and also a 40, elevating uncertainties concerning his option in the New Zealand side with the ODI World Cup in India much less than 9 months away.
The cricketer had actually made his 50-over launching in 2015 with a couple of remarkable ratings versus Ireland and also the West Indies however has actually rapidly entered into a descending spiral.
“I’m concerned around the style of cricketers we’re trying to produce. I want to produce Devon Conways, I want to produce Kane Williamsons; the guys that have got craft and can bat and they’ve got more than one (skill)?,” Cumming informed SENZ Mornings on Thursday.
“Finn Allen at the moment, he’s young, he’s learning but (he’s in a) really important position for us at the top of the order and he seems to be at the moment a one-pace, one-line hitter.
“At the minute it’s stopping working and also perhaps Finn’s obtaining the experience, I imply they have actually reached stick to him, however he’s not creating sufficient right now.” Cumming compared Allen with India skipper Rohit Sharma, who is not just a strong hitter of the ball but also has the required skill-set to play according to the situation.
“You check out Rohit Sharma and also the way they (India) play, yes they’re effective however they additionally have ability in the way they set about implementing their strategies. I simply stress right now that Finn’s type of been tossed right into that mix where it’s one speed, damage up, it’s a baseball design mindset; attempt to strike residence runs which’s all we desire.”
Featured Video Of The Day
Women’s IPL Set To Make BCCI Richer By INR 4000 Crore: Report
Topics discussed in this write-up
Leave a Reply