New Delhi: Team India head coach Rahul Dravid says that he had not planned six captains in all formats of cricket in eight months but it has helped to create more ‘captains’ within the group. Got a chance Dravid took charge of the team’s coaching in November after the T20 World Cup. Since then, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya (ready to lead the team in Ireland) as national captains due to Kovid-19 related ‘bubble breaks’ and breaks given due to injuries. ) took the responsibility.
Dravid admits that there are times when one has to accept the circumstances
Dravid told ‘Star Sports’ before the start of the fifth T20 International against South Africa, “It has also been challenging, we fielded six captains in the last eight months, which was not really the plan. But it is because of the number of matches we are playing. Dravid admitted that there are times when one has to accept the circumstances.
He said, “Due to Kovid-19, I had to work with some people which was fantastic. Many players got a chance to lead the team, we got a chance to prepare more ‘captains’ in the group. “It was disappointing to lose the Test and ODI series in South Africa, so the team is trying to get better in every aspect. “We constantly try to do better, we have tried a lot with different people. The tour of South Africa in the last eight months has been a bit disappointing in terms of Test cricket. ,
Bowling talents have come to the fore thanks to the Indian Premier League
Dravid is happy that the Indian Premier League (IPL) has brought forth bowling talent. He said, “We have good white-ball cricket, it shows the spirit of the team. It was great to see the fast bowling talent during the IPL, especially some bowlers bowling at great pace. signal. ,