Prime News, National, Sports, Mumbai, July 19:- Former cricketer Ravi Shastri, who has been recently appointed as head coach of the Indian cricket team, on Wednesday insisted that coaches like him and Anil Kumble will come and go and that it is the team who should be credited for their exceedingly well performance in last three years.
The 55-year-old also revealed on how he has matured as a person in the past few weeks, before adding that he would start from where he left the Indian team in 2014.
“I have matured since I last went to Sri Lanka. And I have matured immensely in the last two weeks. I will carry on from where I have left. I don’t come in with any baggage. The team has done exceedingly well over the last three years. They are the people who deserve the credit, more than anyone else. People like Shastris and Kumbles will come and go,” Shastri told the reporters.
“The fabric of Indian cricket will remain and credit should go to everyone, who has participated in the Indian team over the last three years. If they are number one today, it’s because of the effort they have put in over these three year period. And they deserve the credit. People like us will come and go,” he added.
-(NGB, Inputs: Agencies)