Gautam Gambhir Highlights Difference Between Ravi Shastri and Rahul Dravid, Says, ‘Humility Is Very Important’

Ravi Shastri may need left a mark in Indian cricket after his tenure as head coach of the nationwide facet ended following the T20 World Cup however his feedback actually didn’t sit effectively with everyone, particularly Gautam Gambhir. Shastri may not have received an ICC title throughout his tenure as the top coach of the Indian cricket workforce however below him, the workforce marked a drastic change of their abroad performances, particularly in Australia and England the place Virat Kohli’s facet began profitable constantly. Shubman Gill Set To Bat within the Middle-Order in India’s First Test Against New Zealand 2021 in Kanpur: Reports In a lot of his statements, he had referred to this Indian workforce being the perfect and Gambhir was not notably happy with such feedback because the cricketer-turned-politician discovered them to be ‘shocking’. “The one thing I found surprising is that when you are performing well, you don’t generally boast about it. It’s fine if others talk about it. When we won the World Cup in 2011, no one gave statements that we are the best team in the world, let alone the country,” Gambhir mentioned, as quoted by Times Now Navbharat. Gambhir referred to Shastri’s remark stating that India’s Test series win in Australia in 2018-19 was ‘as massive, and even greater’ than the historic 1983 World Cup win. IND vs NZ T20I 2021: Rahul Dravid Says ‘Need To Keep Our Feet on Ground’ After India’s 3–0 Series Win Over New Zealand He additional went on to spotlight the distinction between Shastri and present India head coach Rahul Dravid. When you win, let others speak about it. “You won (Test series) in Australia, that’s a big achievement no doubt. You performed well in England, no doubt. But let others praise you. Rahul Dravid will never give such statements. Whether the Indian team plays well or not, his statements will always remain balanced. Also, it will reflect on other players. Humility is very important, regardless of the results. Cricket won’t go on forever. I think Dravid’s major focus will be on players being good human beings first,” he added.,” Gambhir added. India began off Dravid’s tenure as full-time head coach on a really excessive word as they blanked New Zealand 3-0 in a T20I series at residence. Despite lacking key gamers like Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami, India went on to register victories in all three matches, in what was additionally Rohit Sharma’s first series as full-time T20I skipper. If these performances are something to go by, India’s preparations for the T20 World Cup in Australia subsequent 12 months actually appear to be headed in the correct course. Rahul Dravid’s subsequent project can be the two-match Test series towards New Zealand which begins from November 25 in Kanpur.

(The above story first appeared on SociallyKeeda on Nov 22, 2021 10:21 PM IST. For more information and updates on politics, world, sports activities, entertainment and life-style, go online to our web site

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