10 Active Indian cricketers whose T20I careers are almost over
Most of these players are plying their trade in IPL but it's impossible for them to make a T20I comeback.
Updated - Dec 26, 2020 12:56 pm
2. Stuart Binny
The Karnataka-based all-rounder was a shining light in the dark Indian bowling tunnel when he debuted for India in 2014. Stuart Binny headlined the pages for his nerve-wracking rendition with the leather against the underdog Bangladesh. The 36-year-old toppled away 6 wickets at the expense of only 4 runs in the Indian away series only to help the team cross the winning mark.
He etched his name in the Indian annals for his stupendous bowling figures. The batting all-rounder has managed to play only 3 T20 matches wherein he could not live up to the billing. He secured a solitary wicket at an ordinary economy of 10.80.
Eventually, he was dropped from the team and has found it tough to make a comeback ever since then. It will be exciting to see whether the veteran is able to break into the side in the upcoming years when competition remains at an all-time high.