In an interview to the news agency, coach Ravi Shastri said – Indian team learned to bowl as a unit.
Shastri said- When a child will see that the superstar likes the test, he will also follow the same path
Dainik BhaskarJan 01, 2020, 03:37 PM IST Sports Desk. Test cricket tops Virat Kohli's priority. His biggest dream is to win the Test on foreign soil. Coach Ravi Shastri said this in an interview given to the news agency on the first day of the new year. Not only this, he also spoke about Kohli's captaincy and other aspects of the game. They (Shastri) love the Indian captain's love for Test cricket.
At a time when players like to play different T20 leagues in a round of money. At the same time, the Indian captain considers the Test a real challenge. Shastri says about this coach of Kohli, when the captain thinks so, it affects not just Indian cricket but the whole world.
'Expected to win on New Zealand tour led by Bumrah'
Shastri said, "When a child sees that Super Star likes the test, he will also follow the same path. Be it Indian, England, Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka or any other country. India have to tour New Zealand in the new year and the Indian coach feels that once again the Jasprit Bumrah-led offensive has the potential to win on foreign soil. "
When was Shastri asked when he realized that this bowling attack could take India to the top? To this, he said, "The performance of the bowlers in the first Test played in Cape Town in South Africa made it clear that this attack would be very spectacular. The Indian team learned to bowl as a unit. "
'Never seen a perfect captain in your life'
Asked about the continuity of Kohli as a captain, the coach said, "I have not seen a perfect captain in my life. You will see captains who have different strong and weak sides. So you have to see the results in the end." He said, "Virat is improving every day. The passion, energy he brings to the field cannot be compared. I did not bring any other captain to the ground. See. Yes, according to the strategy, there are some places where they will get better with time and experience. "