India’s journey in T20 World Cup 2011 has come to an end. India had a poor performance in this T20 World Cup. Due to which the Indian team was out of the race for the semi-finals of the T20 World. Head coach Ravi Shastri has blamed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the poor performance of the Indian team in the T20 World Cup. Let us tell you that as the head coach of the Indian team, his last match with Team India was against Namibia. He said before the match that I am mentally tired. It is possible to happen at my age, but the players of Team India are tired mentally and physically.
Ravi Shastri further said, “The players have been in bio-bubble (safe environment created for players) for six months and we wanted a big difference between IPL and World Cup. When big matches come, due to fatigue, you are not able to perform like you do when you are fresh. This is not an excuse. However, in this way Ravi Shastri has tried to blame the BCCI for the poor performance of the Indian team in the T20 World Cup.
Ravi Shastri made a big statement on the appointment of Rahul Dravid
The journey of the Indian cricket team in the ICC T20 World Cup has come to an end. With this tournament, Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri also departed from the captain of the Indian T20 team. Let us tell you that as the new coach, Rahul Dravid will take over the command of the team within a few days from now. On this occasion, Shastri has spoken about the new coach. Let us tell you that the tenure of coach Shastri ended with the T20 World Cup. Recently Dravid was appointed as the new head coach of Team India. Which he will be seen handling the responsibility from the next series against New Zealand. Shastri said, “I think in Rahul Dravid, the team got a coach who has inherited a great team and a man of his stature, the experience he has, now the level is going to be even higher.”
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