India’s leg-spinner Amit Mishra has been out of Team India for a long time. He last played T20 matches for India in 2017 against England in Bengaluru. He has not been back since then.
Mishra said about this, “He has not yet found out why he is out of the team.” My performance has always been good, yet I am not in the team. “Mishra said that he was dropped from the team without telling him. Captain Virat Kohli asked for help, but could not be found. Mishra has taken 76 wickets in 22 Tests for India. He has 64 wickets in 36 ODIs and 16 wickets in 10 T20s.
Mishra said in an interview to Sports Tak, “New Zealand team came to India. I was the Man of the Series. I was the man of the match in the final match. After this, the England team came, I was not fed in ODIs. Then the first and second matches did not play in T20. I played in the third match. I was injured in the same match. Had bowled well. It also took 2-3 wickets. Anil Bhai (Anil Kumble) was the captain. He told me that you go and come fit. I went, but the injury was prolonged. Was not getting well. “
Mishra further said, “I was 7-8 months at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). When I started getting fit, I also talked to one or two selectors, but there was no reply. Then suddenly there was a call from the physio that I have to fit the match. I had taken 20-22 wickets in three domestic matches. He was then injured again and made a comeback and played in ODIs and T20s. Had a great performance. Then he played well in the IPL as well. “
The Indian leg-spinner said, “No communication after IPL, no problem.” No one has asked what is the situation till date. How is fitness At that time, Virat Kohli became the captain of the team. I also talked to him after the IPL. Kohli said that I ask the selectors and tell. After that, no one spoke till today. Nobody told my lack. Still, I am playing and performing matches. Wriddhiman Saha, who was hurt with me, returned, but not mine. The team’s rule is that the one who goes out with injury will come in first, but it did not happen.”