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Ravi Shastri on India’s ICC Trophy Drought: Emphasizes the Need for a Combined Effort, Not Blaming a Single Individual or Captain.

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Notwithstanding trying new blends, techniques and, surprisingly, new mentors and chiefs, India have neglected to lift an ICC prize starting around 2013, with a specific part of fans naming the group as “chokers”. Nonetheless, previous India lead trainer Ravi Shastri feels that isn’t true. The 1983 World Cup-winning cricketer referenced that the group is playing great cricket yet is neglecting to make the most of it when it makes the biggest difference.

Shastri said that the purpose for India’s disappointment is that not every person is investing equivalent amounts of energy. Shastri referenced that main India and Australia were the top choices to win each of the three cups in the new past however the Indian players neglected to move forward on the large stage the purpose for India’s destruction at ICC occasions.

“I wouldn’t agree that that (chokers). All in all, these two groups that were playing [India and Australia] were the main two groups that got an opportunity to win each of the three World Cups. Also, it isn’t so much that that we have been turned over (at World Cups). We have been in semi-finals, we have been in finals. We lack it since when you need to win the large one, you want a joined exertion. You can’t fault one individual, one skipper,” the previous India lead trainer said while conversing with The Week.

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“You want 100s in a World Cup, World Test Title last. Then you have a decent possibility setting it up for the bowlers and winning the prize. On the off chance that you don’t get a 100, you want something like three 50s, whether it is Test, T20 or one-day cricket. In the event that you have not done that, you don’t have the right to win,” he added.

Once more in the mean time, India are the top picks to win the impending ODI World Cup. Be that as it may, there remain many snags as the Rohit Sharma-drove side will be anxious to see KL Rahul and Jasprit Bumrah recuperate before the large competition.

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LSG in 20 overs at 161/7

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LSG in 20 overs at 161/7

To bowl the last over will be Starc. OUT! Starc goes wide outside off and Pooran gets a nick to the keeper on the first ball of the over.

De Kock exits the Impact and is replaced by Arshad Khan. QUARTER! Top edge on the pull, which extends past the keeper to the boundary. Just beyond the arc, Arshad swerves and fails. Arshad heaves and misses once more as he swings in. Now that the length has returned, Krunal swivels, pulls, and misses. For a single, it comes off his thigh pad.

OUT! With the last delivery of the innings, Arshad Khan is out of the game.

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LSG in 19 overs at 155/5

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LSG in 19 overs at 155/5

Rana fails to bowl. A slower one outside to Pooran, which is represented by a dot ball. This is referred to as being too wide outside. Once more, pace off while angling away outside. It crosses the short-third for a boundary as Pooran slashes at it forcefully. Once more, the outside off is too wide; an additional run to Lucknow. For LSG, that means 150 up in 18.2 overs. QUARTER! Short, pulled by Pooran, who gains a leading edge, and that eventually trickles away for a boundary because the fielder is inside the circle. Pooran fails to connect on this one as it is wide and full outside off. Since he thinks this is a wide, he goes up for review. The third umpire has determined that was a fair delivery.

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LSG in 18 overs at 144/5

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LSG in 18 overs at 144/5

Arora also returns. Impact Player Chakravarthy leaves the field to be replaced by Rinku Singh. First bouncer up, slow bouncer pulled away for a single by Krunal. SIX! Once more, Pooran has dragged this away for a deep square-leg maximum bouncer. SIX! Another slower bouncer, but this time Pooran pulls it behind square for consecutive sixes. Heaved away by Pooran for a couple on leg-side and yorker length. Complete and pushed by Pooran through cover for one more. Krunal receives a leading edge towards mid-off for a couple after a low full-toss on the pads.

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