Rajeev Shukla: BCCI optimistic of Indian show in second test – WWE Sports

Rajiv Shukla, who will be Vice Chairman of the Indian Cricket Management Board (BCCI), said President Sulav Ghangri and Secretary Jay Shah are working to improve India’s performance.

Rajiv Shukla’s remarks came when India encountered a loss of eight wickets after scoring a minimum test score of 36 in the first test of a four-game series against Australia.

Rajeev Shukla (Image credit: Google)

Rajiv Shukla: BCCI Chairman Sulav Ghangri and Secretary Jay Shah are concerned about India’s performance in the Adelaide test

On the third day of the first test, India was bundled with 36 in 2 innings and Australia was given the mediocre goal of 90 runs to go 1-0. Australia grabbed eight wickets and comfortably chased the total in 21 overs. Rajiv Shukla sounded optimistic that India would bounce off in the next test match.

“We’re not happy, it wasn’t a good score, and we’re really worried. BCCI Chairman Sulove Gangley and Secretary Jay Shah are concerned about it, both improving performance. We’re working on some plans we can do. They’re obviously in contact with team management. I’m very optimistic and I’m definitely looking forward to doing better in the next test match. ” Shukla told ANI.

Sulove Gangley, Jay Shah
Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah (Image Credit: Twitter)

The side led by Virat Kori may have a 62-run lead on the third day of the first test, as the batter did not stand up on the occasion and the Australian pacemaker did a light job for the visitor. The side wasted an advantage. Pat Cummins took four wickets, while Josh Hazelwood scalped five wickets.

Rajiv Shukla emphasizes that Rahul Dravid will not be sent to Australia as BCCI wants a player who can improve performance in the next test.

Dilip Vengsarkar proposed to BCCI president and former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly to send batting legend Rahul Dravid (now head of the National Cricket Academy (NCA)) to Australia soon, but Rajeev Shukla. Refused to go to Australia and teach India.

Shukla replied when asked if former Indian batter Rahul Dravid should be sent to Australia to guide the Indian batter. “No one is sent to Australia. Two innings we collapsed, it happens from time to time, then all corrective actions have been taken, and our players can improve performance and they Will definitely look at the condition of the wickets in Melbourne and think the team composition will work accordingly. “

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli. Image Credit: Getty Images.

India and Australia will meet each other at the Boxing Day test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground starting December 26th.skipper Virat Kohli He returned home after being given parental leave by BCCI, so the remaining three test visitors weren’t there.

“The Australian tour has always been a challenging tour. It was very difficult to face the Australian bowler in previous performances. Now the Indian team is on a very brave front and Australia I’m playing in and starting a good run. Virat’s absence is there, but the other players are also very talented and I think the team will definitely be very successful, “Rajeev Shukla signed off. ..

India wasted the advantage of one inning lead, scoring a record low of 36 test scores on the third day of the first test. In addition, while pacemaker Mohammed Shami was injured and excluded in the rest of the test series, Virat Kori goes home waiting for the birth of his first child.

Ajinka Rahane leads in the absence of Virat Kori. India probably made five changes, KL Rahul, Shubuman Gil, Reshab pants, Melbourne Test Ravindra Jadeya and Mohammed Shami.

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