Ind Vs SL: Hardik coach Jitendra Singh says, it would have been better if Pandya had been made captain

Colombo: There are reports about the Indian team that is on a tour of Sri Lanka that everything is not going well. It is said that Shikhar Dhawan and Hardik Pandya are at odds over something about the captaincy of the team. Shikhar Dhawan has been appointed captain for the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. He was also given the captaincy of the team as Dhawan is the most experienced player in the Indian team on the Sri Lanka tour.

Ahead of the Start of the India and Sri Lanka series, Hardik Pandya's childhood coach Jitendra Singh has said that he is extremely disappointed that Hardik was not made the captain of the Sri Lanka tour team. Jitendra Singh said this while talking to Cricket Next. Hardik Pandya is a regular cricketer overs limited overs. He has represented the Indian team in 11 Tests, 60 ODI, and 48 T20Is. Jitendra Singh said it would have been better if Hardik Pandya had been made captain as far as ODI cricket is concerned.

Singh further said that he is better as a captain's alternative as Hardik can play for five to seven more years, he has new thinking and new energy. It would have been better if he had been made captain for the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka.

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