NEW DELHI: Team India's batting coach Sanjay Bangar is set to leave. He was asked very tough questions in an interview for the post. The selection committee, led by chief selector MSK Prasad, questioned Sanjay Bangar for one-and-a-half hours. According to the new constitution of the BCCI, the selection of support staff is to be done by the Selection Committee. Ravi Shastri is looking for a coach as the head coach of the Indian cricket team.
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According to sources, Sanjay Bangar's leave is set and Vikram Rathore's appointment as batting coach is also in full swing. In an interview for the batting coach, Sanjay Bangar was asked questions for about 90 minutes. Sanjay Bangar's odds were not right since the World Cup semi-final defeat. According to the report, Bangar was asked why he could not set the team's batting order. In a two-year tenure, he could not find a solution to the Indian team's fourth-ranked problem in the limited-overs format.
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Not only that, but he is also a target of critics for his decision to send Mahendra Singh Dhoni to the seventh position in the World Cup semi-finals. In the Cape Town Test last year, the Indian team failed to chase the target of 208 runs. Bangar was also asked questions about it. In addition, Bangar's response to the 2018 Edgbaston Test was also called for not feeding Cheteshwar Pujara. The hosts lost the match by 31 runs. Sanjay Bangar could not answer most of the questions asked in the interview, according to the report.
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