Ravi Shastri spoke for the first time after the defeat, says 'we lost here'
Ravi Shastri spoke for the first time after the defeat, says 'we lost here'

World Cup is over and England won the title for the first time. Team India was also one of the semifinalists but it lost to NewZealand. After India's exit from the ICC World Cup 2019, team head coach Ravi Shastri admitted for the first time that there was a shortage in the team, which has been overshadowed by it. Everyone is aware that the Indian team has crashed out of the World Cup after losing to New Zealand in the semi-finals on Wednesday.

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The whole country, as well as coach Ravi Shastri, is also disappointed with this defeat. The Indian team had reached the semi-finals with the highest score in the league round. But it could not retain her form and lost by 18 runs.

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In a recent conversation with Ravi Shastri, it was admitted that the Indian team lacked a solid batsman in the middle order, which became costly. He said, "Yes, that's right. We needed a solid batsman in the middle order. While it is now a must for the future and it is a position that always bothered us a lot, we could not solve it. KL Rahul was playing well there, though Shikhar Dhawan got injured and then Vijay Shankar played there and he got injured. We couldn't control it.'" 


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