Ravi Shastri said - leave yourself, this player is also disappointing the Indian team
New Delhi Indian cricket team's head coach Ravi Shastri and captain Virat Kohli have made it clear that now their focus is on the T20 World Cup and the ICC World Test Championship to be held in Australia next year. The Indian team may make changes in the next few matches. On the other hand, Ravi Shastri has also made it clear that if Rishabh Pant keeps repeating the mistakes made on the tour of West Indies, then he will have to bear the brunt of this.
Head coach Ravi Shastri refrained from saying anything directly, saying that this young wicketkeeper batsman disappointed on India's tour of West Indies. Ravi Shastri said that we are leaving him this time. If he repeats the kind of shot he played on the first ball in Trinidad, he will be told about it. Whether it is skill or not, you should be prepared to bear the brunt of it.
Questions are not raised on ability
Shastri said that no one can question Pant's ability, but if he improves shot selection and making the right decision, it will not be easy to stop him. He said that no one is thinking about changing his playing style. As Virat Kohli said, it is important to be alert and shot-selection depending on the state of the match. If they have rectified it then it will not be easy to stop them.
Pant has to understand the responsibility
The coach said that it might take one match or four matches to make them understand. He has played a lot of matches in IPL, he will learn. Now the time has come to take responsibility. When the captain is with you at the crease and you are chasing a goal, then you have to play cricket wisely. Shastri said that this is absolutely normal. Stop disappointing yourself, you are also disappointing the team.