Dhanbad: Former Take a look at cricketer Chetan Chauhan Sunday held Crew India head trainer Ravi Shastri chargeable for the 4-1 debacle India suffered within the Take a look at sequence in England and mentioned Shastri will have to be got rid of prior to Australia excursion in November.”Ravi Shastri will have to be got rid of as head trainer prior to the Australia excursion. He is superb cricket commentator and he will have to be allowed to take action,” Chauhan, additionally Uttar Pradesh Sports activities Minister, mentioned whilst agreeing to calls for raised through former cricketers for removing of Shastri as trainer.
Talking to the media, Chauhan mentioned, “Crew India will have to have carried out higher. Each the groups had been lightly matched. However the Indian group failed to test tail-enders of England.”
The previous Take a look at opener additionally criticized Shastri for calling Virat Kohli-led provide Indian group because the ‘perfect travelling group on the earth’.
“I don’t agree. In 1980s, the Indian group was once the most efficient travelling group on the earth,” he mentioned.
After a thumping victory over England at Trent Bridge within the 3rd Take a look at on August 16, Shastri had claimed the existing India facet was once the most efficient travelling group on the earth.
Commenting on India’s probabilities within the ongoing Asia Cup cricket championship in Dubai, Chauhan mentioned a greater result’s anticipated because the group is balanced with skilled and younger gamers.
Chauhan, who’s right here to wait a gathering of Krida Bharti, performed 40 Take a look at fits and scored 2,084 runs between 1969 and 1981.
He made his debut in 1969 towards New Zealand in Mumbai and performed his remaining Take a look at towards the similar nation in 1981 in Auckland. But even so, Chauhan additionally performed seven One-Day Internationals.
Chauhan is the most recent cricketer to call for Shastri’s ouster after former captain Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag.
First Printed: September 17, 2018, 10:26 AM IST