London . Indian cricket team head coach Ravi Shastri has indicated that he may step down after the ICC T20 World Cup. Asked if the ICC T20 World Cup will be his last match with Team India as head coach, Shastri told The Guardian, “I believe it is because I have achieved what I want. Was.
He said, being No. 1 in Test cricket for five years, winning twice in Australia and once in England. I spoke to Michael Arthurton and said that it is big for me to beat Australia and England at home during the Corona period. We were 2-1 ahead in England and the way we played at Lord’s and The Oval was special.
Shastri said, we have beaten every country in the world in white-ball cricket in their own home. If we win the T20 World Cup, that will be the most important thing. One thing I believe in is never to wait too long before your welcome. I would say that I have achieved a lot. Being ahead of Australia and England in their home in a Covid year, this is the most satisfying moment of my four decades in cricket.
A few days after attending the book launch event in London, Shastri was found to be Corona positive and was accompanied by four support staff in isolation. Then assistant physio Yogesh Parmar also came under the grip of Corona and the fifth Test match between India and England was cancelled.
Shastri said, in my 10 days, I did not have a single symptom other than a sore throat. I have never had a high temperature and my oxygen level was at 99 per cent all the time. I didn’t take any medicine, didn’t take a single paracetamol for 10 days of my isolation. I tell people that once you’re double jabbed, it’s 10 days of flu. (IANS)
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