After a four-year mission as an Senior Indian Cricket Team coach, Ravi Shastri in his farewell dressing room speech said Virat Kohli was one of the great ambassadors of the game, especially in red ball cricket.
An extroverted coach who competed only with the team as a manager in 2014, his team shut down with a nine-field victory over Namibia 2021 He was fresh after seeing the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup campaign and he won in the past Praised the team. Until his time in the United Arab Emirates.
Asked if the Indian team would repair each other, Ravi Shastri said at a virtual press conference on Monday, “We are actively working. We wanted to trust the dressing room. That’s the only way they can repair each other. ” I needed communication. We didn’t want to point our fingers at each other. There were words that I needed to throw away and words that I entered. And we have created a culture that we need to follow. “
“With Virat at the forefront, he was one of the big ambassadors of the match. Especially when he saw the red ball cricket, he accepted it, and he was followed by other players on the team. Allowed that. You need to give credit to what you owe. “
Ravi Shastri bids adieu as Team India Coach with an inspiring speech
Before bidding adieu Ravi Shastri for the last time coached India when the team played the final match of the T20 World Cup and failed to make it to the semi-finals. Although Chastris’ five-year tenure ended on a whim, the team reached a very high level under his leadership, especially in the test field.
In a tweet about the last outing Virat Kohli could have wished to give a rewarding farewell to his coach and team mentor Ravi Shastri but failed to do so.
The final 2021 T20 World Cup in the Indian Islands opposed Namibian Minnow, who won the gallop. After the victory, Shastri spoke to the players in the locker room. This is a snippet shared by the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) on a Twitter account.
Ravi Shastri, Team India has exceeded my expectations
“As a team, you have exceeded my expectations in the way you play. “In recent years, traveling around the world and defeating in every format has made you one of the great teams to play the game,” Shastri told Indian players.