Ravi Shastri said these things in front of Cricket Advisory Committee and became the coach again, all remained behind
The arguments that Ravi Shastri gave to the Cricket Advisory Committee were amazing and they overshadowed all.
CAC members Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad, and Shantha Rangaswamy had no problem stating that there was stiff competition between Ravi Shastri and Mike Hewson for the coach position. However, there was a statement behind Shastri’s win, in which Shastri said that if the World Cup semi-final defeat is abandoned, the Indian team has done well.
A source told that when Shastri was speaking in front of CAC via Skype, he made it clear that his work is not yet complete. This team is doing very well under Kohli’s captaincy. There were some questions that were asked by CAC on Shastri, including what happened in the semi-final against New Zealand. He made it clear that a bad day does not make the team worse. He pointed out that his work is not yet complete. His point was on the 2020 and 2021 T20 World Cups.
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The source said that Shastri has confidence and he can take the team far ahead. There were some criteria in which Shastri overtook Hewson. It also featured Team India performing on foreign soil under his direction. The CAC made it clear that the champion team is the one who performs well abroad. Every team does well at home and the team has been doing this for many years, but the team started doing well on foreign soil under the direction of Shastri. No one has denied the fact that Shastri and Kohli’s pair is incomparable, given the current times. In particular, Shastri himself praised Kohli and said that he has contributed a lot in changing the team. Whether professionally or whether to perform continuously.
Shastri further told the CAC that the team has a leader who believes in coming forward to lead and there is no reason why young Kohli should not be considered as an inspiration. Also, he said that you see how far Kohli has reached his fitness. Now all players think that fitness in addition to batting and bowling is equally important to stay in international cricket. The source said that the CAC was also impressed by Hessen’s proposal but in the end, Shastri’s knowing the players well overshadowed Hessen.