IND Vs AUS: Ravi Shastri’s big statement before the final, told India what not to do

IND Vs AUS: Ravi Shastri’s big statement before the final, told India what not to do

IND Vs AUS World Cup Final: Former India head coach Ravi Shastri said on Friday that the host team will be a strong contender in the upcoming World Cup final against Australia and should stick to its strategy. Speaking on India’s plans for the final on the sidelines of an event in the city, Shastri said there was no need to do anything different.

They will be ‘relaxed’!

Ravi Shastri said, “I think he will be relaxed.” They are playing on home ground and this is a very experienced team. And they don’t need to do anything different. The former head coach said, “The way they have played, it will be the same way they played in the last match. With this they would soon be holding the World Cup in their hands. He said, “India will win the World Cup.” They will start as strong contenders in the finals. He has played very well. ,

There will be pressure on Australia!

Despite defeating Australia in the league stage, India will be under pressure against the five-time world champions considering their excellent record in the ICC Finals. But Shastri believes that if the Indian team remains patient and is successful in handling the pressure, then they can prove to be winners. He said, “He needs to deal with the pressure while remaining calm and composed.” This is the final match, so only you (India) should not be so over-enthusiastic. ,

Busse tops the bowling table with 23 wickets

Ravi Shastri said, “You (India) know your roles and the best thing about this team is that it is not dependent on one or two players. Eight or nine players are performing well match after match, so this is a good sign. The former Indian all-rounder also praised the excellent performance of in-form fast bowler Mohammed Shami in the tournament, who is leading the bowling table in the tournament by taking 23 wickets. This also includes taking seven wickets in the semi-final against New Zealand in Mumbai.

‘I would like to say ‘good luck’ to Australia’s batsmen.

He believes that Shami will play an important role in the final to be held in Ahmedabad on Sunday. He said, “If Shami is bowling the first ball then I will say ‘good luck’ to the batsmen. His seam bowling and the way the ball falls is fantastic. He has consistently bowled the right length in this World Cup. Shastri said, “In Mumbai he was troubling the batsmen with his skills. I would say that this is the best bowling attack of India. When you look at the variety and skill it is fantastic. ,

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