These three players deserved a chance in the squad.
Here's what cricketers were tweeting today.
Samson’s effort spread like wildfire on Twitter.
Sanju Samson scored only two runs in the 5th T20I against New Zealand.
The 25-year-old had made his debut way back in 2015, but couldn’t get enough chances to cement his place in the side.
These players should've got a chance to prove their mettle.
Pathan also hailed Dhawan’s innings in a tweet saying when under pressure, one must turn around like him by hitting three back-to-back half-centuries.
The right-hander, who last played for India back in 2015, suddenly stormed back into the national reckoning and was named in the Indian T20I squad for the three-match series against Bangladesh.
Pant has already lost his place in the Test team to Wriddhiman Saha and he is on the verge of losing his place in the other formats to Samson.
Samson though is the part of India A squad for New Zealand tour.