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Ravi Shastri explains the reason for Team India’s poor performance in T20 WC, blames it

Team India Coach Ravi Shastri: Team India played its last match today (Monday) under the coaching of Ravi Shastri. He faced Namibia in the T20 World Cup, where he won by 9 wickets. For Team India, this match was just a formality. She is already out of the tournament. Ravi Shastri has given a statement on the poor performance of Team India in the World Cup. He said that being in the bio bubble for the last six months, due to not much gap in IPL-2021 and T20 World Cup, the performance of the team was affected.

Talking to Star Sports, Ravi Shastri said that living in a bio bubble for 6 months is not easy. Players cannot be driven away by pouring petrol. Apart from the ICC, all the boards will have to think about Corona. Players have been affected mentally. Shastri further said that if steps are not taken for this, then the players themselves can refuse to play. I am not disappointed with the performance of the team.

‘Victory achieved in every corner of the world’

Ravi Shastri said that this is the same team which has won every corner of the world in the last 5 years. He said that winning the Test series twice in Australia and taking the lead in England was great. No one could do this in Australia in 70 years. Let us tell you that Team India has won the last two Test series in Australia. At the same time, in August-September this year, he managed to take a 2-1 lead in the Test series in England.

Coach Shastri said that the team showed a great game in limited overs cricket apart from Tests. The team won in West Indies, Sri Lanka, South Africa, England and New Zealand. He said that as a coach I had come with some thought, achieved more than that. Not only this, he worked with complete honesty.

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