Currently, Dinesh Karthik, the wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian team, is playing a brilliant role as a finisher in the T20 format. He has been in excellent form since IPL. But former Indian captain and chief selector Krishnamachari Srikkanth does not agree with this. He does not consider Dinesh Karthik as a finisher. Not only this, but Srikkanth has also raised questions on the management of Ravichandran Ashwin's place in the Indian team for the T20 series against the West Indies.

During the third test match against West Indies, Srikkanth while talking to an app said – Your definition of a finisher is wrong. It's okay that Dinesh is doing well. His IPL was great. He played some good matches. But he is not a finisher. A player who finishes the match from the 8th and 9th overs will be called a finisher. What Dinesh is doing can be called the final touch. You take Suryakumar Yadav, he single-handedly won the match against England. It's called a finisher. Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant are the finishers. Our captain Rohit Sharma opens and plays in 12th gear till the 17th over, he is also a finisher.

Srikanth further said – A real finisher is not the one who plays between 16 to 20 overs, but the one who takes the match beyond the 8th, and 9th over and ends the last by scoring 60 or more runs. Dinesh's role is fixed. He is doing very well. But instead of finishing, he is fixing the role of finishing.

Srikanth also called the selection of Ravichandran Ashwin wrong in Team India. He said that he will not be able to make it to the T20 World Cup. This is an important question. I am completely unclear about Ashwin. Why was he not dropped, why was he not in England? Why didn't he play the T20 against England? Why is he playing for West Indies now?