Indian all-rounder Vijay Shankar seems to be as much as former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni as he believes the wicketkeeper has executed quite a bit for the group.
“For somebody like me, I attempt to be taught from watching every participant we’ve in our group as a result of everybody has executed one thing up to now and so they have gained matches for the group particularly Dhoni, who has executed quite a bit for the group. I undoubtedly look upto him,” Shankar instructed reporters after India misplaced the three-match T20I collection 1-2 towards New Zealand on Sunday.
India had levelled the collection within the second match however the touring facet fell brief by 4 runs within the series-decider match on the Seddon Park in Hamilton.
Shankar, who injected some momentum with Rohit Sharma for India through the run-chase, top-scored along with his 43 off 28 balls.
“Each tour, each recreation is essential for me. Within the matches that I’ve performed in to this point, I feel I’ve moderately executed fairly properly however I may have executed quite a bit higher. It’s a nice studying for me. I’m simply seeking to get higher on a regular basis,” he stated.
“An important factor for us is to be actually constant and adapt ourselves to completely different circumstances and hold performing. I feel that is the one factor which might hold pushing us. T20 is such a format the place we have to be versatile, as batsman we have to know the scenario and remember of what’s taking place round. I look to be versatile and provides my greatest to my group,” Shankar stated.
India will subsequent play residence collection towards Australia. The collection will comprise two T20Is adopted by five-match ODIs, starting February 24.