After the loss of both the ODI and the Test series, the head coach of the Indian team, Ravi Shastri, can endure the heat as the CoA is likely to have a discussion with him about the performance of the team.
Ravi Shastri can be grilled by the CoA for the bad show of India in 5th Test. | Photo credit: & nbspAP
India's under-par show in England might see Ravi Shastri under fire as the Board of Directors (CoA) is likely to have a discussion with the head coach on the team's performance during the walking tour through England. The silk led by Virat Kohli lost the ODI series 1-2 before she sat in the test series 1-3. The 5th and final test is currently under way at the Oval in Kellington, London.
The CoA assesses the performance of the India team after the end of the test series and can consider a one-on-one session with Shastri. & # 39; There is a CoA meeting in Mumbai on 11 September. Although the main discussion on the implementation of the new constitution will be, the implementation of the English series will definitely be discussed & # 39; & # 39 ;, said a senior BCCI official by the PTI.
"It will be CoA & # 39; s call if they want to meet Ravi Shastri personally or ask for feedback via a written report." At this moment, the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) is non-functional. Until elections are held, the CoA will be the boss, so it is only necessary that they assess the performance ", the official added.
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India, after losing the ODI series, was expected to bounce back into winning ways in the five-match test series that would follow. Kohli and co, however, went down in Edgbaston to suffer a bad loss after 31 batters after a stroke in the second inning. At Lord & # 39; s the hosts surpassed the visitors with an emphatic all-round show that won the second Test with an innings and 169 runs.
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At Trent Bridge India made a comeback with an amazing victory of 203 points. The batsmen and the bowlers both contributed generously to the triumph, with team management making a number of hard calls for the remaining two tests. Opener Murali Vijay was sent home after bad performances and so Kuldeep Yadav did not replicate his white ball heroism with the red one.
Hanuma Vihari and Prithvi Shaw received their maiden call-ups but none of them got a chance at Southampton when Captain Kohli won an unchanged side of Trent Bridge. Again, with the exception of Kohli, all other Indian batsmen failed to deliver as hosts claimed the series with a victory of 60 points. India hopes to save a little pride with a victory in the 5th test.
The convention is usually that the secretary or the president of the BCCI meets the coach or captain after a series. However, BCCI Acting President CK Khanna, such as per PTI, will not be charged with the responsibility and Acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary's powers are curtailed by the CoA.
The Indian team physio Patrick Farhart will probably also be asked to submit a report regarding the injury of players. The likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ravichandran Ashwin played in spite of being wounded.
"Was Bhuvneshwar Kumar forced to play the third ODI despite back injuries? Was Ravichandran Ashwin fully fit during the Southampton test? In both cases, the official word was a worsening of the injury, proving that there was an injury in the first place. report, "another BCCI official told PTI.