Ravi Shastri is questioning Ravi Shastri for organizing a book launch program on September 1.
Ravi Shastri hit back at Book Launch Controversy: The fifth Test could not be played on the England round. This decision was taken due to the continuously spreading corona virus in the Indian team. However, on the other hand, the media of England is bringing allegations on India that due to the book launch program of Ravi Shastri, corona spread in the team. Now Shastri has retaliated in this matter.Also Read – ICC T20 World Cup: Why did MS Dhoni need to be mentored overnight? Ajay Jadeja raised questions
The head coach of the Indian team said during a conversation with Mid-Day newspaper, “The entire UK is open. Anything can happen here from the first Test itself.” Also Read – IND vs ENG: Nehra ji told the secret of Jasprit Bumrah’s success, ‘He plays with the mind of the batsman…’
Ravi Shastri during the Oval Test (Ravi Shastri) were found corona positive. During this it was learned that Bharat Arun, R. Sridhar and physio Nitin Patel have also become infected due to this virus. The English media did not question Shastri even at that time, but after the Manchester Test, his anger came down to the Indian head coach. Also Read – ‘The scary thing for other teams is there is room for some improvement in Virat’s strong team, Ashwin…’: Ian Chappell
According to the pre-decided schedule, the fifth Test match of the series was to be played in Manchester between India and England from September 10, but in the report of the RT-PCR test on September 8, there was a ruckus after the team’s assistant coach Yogesh Parmar came to Corona positive. Gaya. A day before the match, the entire team’s Kovid report came late in the night, in which all were found negative.
The ECB says that if all the players have been found negative, then what is the problem for India in playing the Manchester Test. On India’s withdrawal, England demanded to declare themselves as victors, to which the BCCI expressed strong objection. Now the ECB has knocked on the door of the ICC regarding the result of the match.