The Indian selection committee members have already had enough homework selecting the best players for the Indian team squad.
Even with enough bench strength, the experimental and rotation policy set-up by the team management paves way for other players a good chance to prove their mettle.
But, now they have been landed in chaotic matters as Gautam Gambhir is donning the fearless brand of cricket and one might get to seen him in action anytime soon.
The elegant left-handed batsman was full of craft and guile during the Ranji Trophy match against Assam where he scored his 40th first-class century in style to up the ante and took Delhi from all sorts of trouble.
Gambhir’s slick passage of play reminded us of his reminiscence of his early days in donning the Indian colours that was one to remember.
Assam team were skittled out for 258 runs as Delhi new skipper Ishant Sharma rose to the occasion and picked a fifer to his name.
Delhi lost two openers early; Unmukt Chand and Dhruv Shorey were gone for paltry scores as the team were struggling to find rhythm at 44/2.
Gautam Gambhir who came in out to bat alongside Nitish Rana ensured to glue together with a 207-run partnership for the third wicket before Abu Nechim dismissed Rana for a well-made 110 runs.
Gambhir scooped up 137 runs to be team’s highest run-scorer in team’s total of 435. This gives us a clear indication that Gambhir’s runfest could please the selectors in the times to come.
He got an opportunity to play for India last year when he got selected in Tests but failed to covert the limited chances that was given to him.