Former India opener Gautam Gambhir isn’t proud of Ravi Shastri’s remarks during which he had termed the Virat Kohli-led facet easiest on the planet.
Shastri’s remarks didn’t cross down smartly with Gambhir announcing, we may not pay attention this sort of observation from newly-appointed trainer Rahul Dravid.
Shastri’s tenure as head trainer ended after India’s forgetful marketing campaign within the recently-concluded ICC Males’s T20 International Cup. One of the celebrated batsmen and mythical cricketer Dravid used to be appointed as the top trainer of Workforce India.
Shastri had famously when put next Workforce India’s Take a look at collection win in Australia with the 1983 International Cup identify triumph.
Gambhir stated it’s superb if this observation got here from others, no longer from the outgoing trainer.
“It’s really a pity that this statement came from him; you will never hear this kind of statement from Dravid. That’s the basic difference between Dravid and others,” Gambhir instructed Occasions Now Navbharat.
“When you win, let others talk about it. You won in Australia, that’s a big achievement no doubt. You won in England, performed well, no doubt. But let others praise you. You won’t hear such statements from Rahul Dravid. Whether India play good or bad, his statements will always remain balanced. Moreover, it will reflect on other players,” stated the previous Indian opener.
Welcoming the appointment of Dravid after Shastri’s departure Gambhir stated, “The one thing I found surprising is that when you play well, you don’t usually boast about it. It’s fine if others talk about it; when we won the 2011 World Cup, no one gave statements saying that this team is the best in the world, let alone country.”
Shastri’s reign as head trainer noticed India reach no.1 rating in Exams and more than one in a foreign country Take a look at collection victories in Australia, in addition to wins in England and South Africa.