This was the reaction of the team after Shastri came to Corona positive, the batting coach revealed


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This was the reaction of the team after Shastri came to Corona positive, the batting coach revealed

India’s batting coach Vikram Rathor said on Sunday that the team was naturally a bit distracted on the fourth day of the Oval Test after head coach Ravi Shastri tested positive for the coronavirus. BCCI) had told on Sunday that head coach Ravi Shastri has been found positive in the corona virus test, after which the team’s bowling coach Bharat Arun, fielding coach R. Sridhar and Chief Physiotherapist Nitin Patel have been isolated.

After the end of the day’s play, Rathore said, “Of course, we are missing him. Ravi bhai (Ravi Shastri), Bharat Arun and R Sridhar, they have been a very important part of this set-up and they have spent the last five- Has done very well in six years and has played a major role in the team doing well.”

After a memorable century by Rohit Sharma in the Oval Test and key knocks from Cheteshwar Pujara, Shardul Thakur and Rishabh Pant, India are in a strong position with a score of 466 runs. Vikram Rathor said, “But that is it. It is true that they are not here. The morning was a bit disturbing, we talked and decided that we need to focus on what we have in hand, which That’s cricket.”

He continued, “We are here for this series, it is an extremely important series that we are playing and today when we came in the morning, it was an extremely important day for us, to focus on cricket. So, I Looks like the boys did very well without getting distracted.”

Significantly, on the fourth day of the fourth Test match being played at The Oval, India scored 466 runs in the second innings on Sunday and gave England a target of 368 runs to win. At the end of the day’s play, England scored 77 runs in the second innings without losing a wicket. Rory Burns 31 and Haseeb Hameed 42 runs till the stumps are present at the crease.

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