Bowling coach Bharat Arun gave Team India’s success credit to Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri, know what he said
After the historic Test series victory over Australia, the Indian team is being praised in every way. Despite the absence of Virat Kohli and battling with the injuries of the players, the performance of Team India under the captaincy of Ajinkya Rahane won everyone’s heart. After the embarrassing defeat in Adelaide, team management along with Rahane also played a key role in uniting the players and motivating them to victory. Meanwhile, the team’s bowling coach Bharat Arun has described Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri’s hand behind the success the Indian team has achieved in the last few years.
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Talking to Sports Today, Bharat Arun said, ‘Absolutely, I want to collect it in this way. This Indian team is absolutely fearless and true. These are the qualities that are necessary for the betterment of a team. And there are two humans behind it, who have brought this change in the team. He is Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli. The Indian bowling coach congratulated Ajinkya Rahane for his excellent captaincy and said, ‘First thing, I would like to congratulate Ajinkya Rahane for his great performance in Australia. Yes, Rahane did a great job, he is a great team man. Even when Virat Kohli is there, he does a very good job as vice-captain, keeps going to Virat and telling him about things and Virat is quite open about suggestions.
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Bharat Arun also lashed out at Virat Kohli’s critics and said, ‘But for those who are writing against Virat Kohli, I just want to put a figure in front of him. Of the 20 series in which Virat has captained, he has won 14, which means that his win percentage is above 70. If you look at the captains of every format, Virat Kohli’s record is the best. Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, Team India has played 56 Test matches, of which the team has won 33 and their winning percentage is 58.92.