Mumbai: Ravi Shastri has made a statement for the first time since he was re-appointed as a coach. In a statement to a website, he said his effort will be to improve the team undergoing a transformation. He said the team will not shy away from experimenting during this period. Shastri was selected for the second time by the Kapil Dev-led Cricket Advisory Committee on Friday. Shastri is 57 years old and according to the BCCI constitution, the coach of the national team should be below 60 years of age.
This will be the last chance for Shastri with the team. The 2023 World Cup is still long and could be an optimistic goal for the team winning the 2021 T20 World Cup. He said, "I will leave a legacy where the team is happy after my 26-month tenure. Shastri said that the kind of youth that is coming into the team shows that the time is going to be very interesting.
When you try to do the best, you try to raise your level every day and you have to pay attention to all the nuances. When you don't do well, you have to pay attention to crossing that obstacle. Ravi Shastri said, "The best thing in this team in the last four to five years is to improve fielding and our effort is to make it a fielding team. Virat Kohli had openly supported Shastri for the coach.
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