After match-changing performances by debutants Krunal Pandya and Prasidh Krishna in India’s 66-run win in the first ODI against England, former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said India have set-up a machine to manufacture youngsters for every format who turn up and give impactful performances in their first match in international cricket.
“I think India have set up some sort of machine to manufacture new players. There were two debutants even today. This gives a clear signal to the senior cricketers that you have to perform well to stay in the side,” Inzamam said in his YouTube channel.
Inzamam said he has been noticing this trend of match-winning contributions by the youngsters of India since the Australia series which has continued even in the current England series.