Ever since Ravi Shastri was chosen as the coach of Indian Cricket Team, he has been on the radar of everyone. People are constantly criticizing him for creating in-team politics, controversial remarks and of course his drinking habits.
His latest ‘Mooh me gotey’ remark was hilariously trolled over Internet and the incident clearly states that Ravi Shastri needs to find a new way out.
Recently he also commented that the win in Australia was a bigger victory than 1983 World Cup and it created a stir on social media; Shastri was recently questioned about the same in an interview and he replied: “This is the purest form of cricket. A 71-year-old barrier has been broken and accolades flowing from all over the world - from the likes of Imran Khan or Viv Richards - say it all. Those who've played cricket in Australia know what it takes to win here. They're as tough as an opposition can get and nothing comes easy here. Of course, the 1983 World Cup glory is right up there and so was 1985. But I do stand by what I said -- this is pure joy, this is real cricket. This is a young team, it is their moment and they should have a good sense of the kind of history they've made here. In fact, they do.”
Shastri also mentioned that now the team is all focused to fetch the World Cup 2019 on to the Indian side and the team is undergoing rigorous training for that.
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