Ravi Shastri has a big role to play in creating a new identity for Team India at the international level. Bharat Arun, the bowling coach of the Indian cricket team, has recently made a revelation about Shastri.
Mumbai, January 29: Under Virat Kohli’s captaincy, Ravi Shastri has a big role to play in creating a new identity for Team India at the international level. Under Shastri’s guidance, the Indian team has made history by winning the Test series in Australia for the second time in a row. Indian cricket team’s bowling coach Bharat Arun has recently made a revelation about Shastri. He has explained the reason why Ravi Shastri’s anger had increased in the dressing room.
What is the reason?
The Indian bowlers did well in the Test series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS). Bowling coach Bharat Arun was instrumental in his performance. Shastri had advised Arun to force the Australian batsmen to play off-side. India’s veteran off-spinner R. This information was given by Arun in an interview given to R. Ashwin’s YouTube channel.
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“Ravi Shastri doesn’t like the Australian batsman hitting fours on the bowling of any Indian bowler during the match. After putting on two forks, the mercury of their anger rises in the dressing room itself, ” said Arun.
“Ravi Shastri watching the match from the dressing room. If someone hit fours or sixes on the bowling of Indian bowlers, they would not like it. He felt that Indian bowlers should not give runs. Shastri thinks that his bowlers should take wickets and batsmen should run, ” explained Arun.
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The difference between Kohli and Rahane
Arun has worked closely with both Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane. “Rahane is a quiet captain. That is why the bowler is not afraid even if mistakes are made while playing in his captaincy. In the case of Kohli, the opposite is true. The bowlers think that Kohli will get upset after throwing a bad ball. But Kohli’s displeasure is not with the bowlers but with his own game. Virat Kohli’s aggression is the energy of the Indian team, ” said Arun.