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Most teams can not do well on the opponent’s field. The question of Ravi Shastri, why not just blame India?
India have lost two Test series this year against the opponent What will happen to Australia’s soil? Indian cricket fans are playing such questions in mind. Ravi Shastri, sitting in Australia, explained the answer, there were not enough teams to do well on the opponent’s ground. Only blaming India alone does not make sense.
India will take part in three-match T-20 and ODI series in Australia Apart from this, the four-match Test series. The 21-year-long tour will start with the first Twenty20 in Brisbane. Virat Kohli, who lost the Test series in South Africa and England soil this year after being the head coach of Ravi Shastri, So, in a news conference in Brisbane, Naturally, the context of India’s performance in the opponent’s field has been raised. Responding to Shastri’s reply, ‘How important is it for India to win this series against Australia.’ Look at the surrounding teams, there is not too many teams (they can do well in the opposition’s field).
Shastri did not stop here. India’s head coach said, “Australia have done well in the opponent’s field in the 90’s and at the beginning of the century. South Africa also did well. Apart from these two teams, no team could do the same in the last five-six years. Then why blame India alone?
Australia’s power has slowed down after ball distortion in Cape Town Test The two best batsmen Steven Smith and David Warner have been banned. Although Shastri believes that no team is weak on the field, “if the culture of sports is entered once it is gone. I have always believed that no team is weak at home. If someone says that this group is weak, then it is wonderful.