Parvez Rasool-led Jammu and Kashmir lost to Jharkhand by six wickets in the Vijay Hazare Trophy match on Monday    PTI
Parvez Rasool-led Jammu and Kashmir lost to Jharkhand by six wickets in the Vijay Hazare Trophy match on Monday PTI

Kalyani (West Bengal): Jammu and Kashmir cricketer Parvez Rasool, who played the first T20I for India against England, on Monday said that if things do not improve in his troubled state, he would think of playing for a different team. “When I got selected [for the Indian team], I thought there will be a change [in infrastructure]. But nothing has happened. On the contrary, it has gone got worse,” Rasool, who made his ODI debut in 2014 against Bangladesh in Dhaka, told reporters. “Now if it doesn’t change in the next two-three months, I will like to play with a different team. I hope the new BCCI-appointed COA [Committee of Administrators] looks into the matter,” the 28-year-old said. Vijay Hazare Trophy: Dhoni’s Jharkhand reaches quarter-finals with win over J&K

Rasool-led Jammu and Kashmir lost to Jharkhand by six wickets in the Vijay Hazare Trophy match on Monday. Talking about his experience with India’s celebrated former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Rasool, who shared a 27-run seventh-wicket stand with Dhoni in the T20 said, “During that partnership, he hit Chris Jordan for a four. I asked him how did he pre-meditate that shot.” “He told me in international cricket you should see the strength of bowler and play accordingly,” he added.

Earlier, Mahendra Singh Dhoni led Jharkhand entered the quarterfinals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy with a six-wicket thrashing of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. Their campaign in tatters after their 21-run loss to Hyderabad, Jharkhand not only needed a big win against Jammu and Kashmir but wanted Hyderabad to lose to Services.