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Rahul Dravid becomes Head Coach of Team India

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Former Indian player Rahul Dravid now become Head Coach of Team India. In the Ongoing T20 World cup, the India team is not in form.

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Dravid will now take overall responsibility for the Indian Team. Ravi Shastri’s tenure ends after this T20 World Cup.

India Teamplay 3 matches and they won only 1 match against Afghanistan. In the Points table, India is in second last of this list.

Rahul Dravid becomes Head coach of the team

Former captain Rahul Dravid has been made the new head coach of Team India. The BCCI announced this by confirming on Twitter.

The Cricket Advisory Committee of Sulakshana Naik and RP Singh on Wednesday unanimously appointed Rahul as the head coach of Team India (Senior Men’s Team).

Former India captain Dravid will take charge from the series against New Zealand starting on November 17.

After the T20 World Cup, the tenure of the current coach Ravi Shastri will end, the tenure of his support staff will also end.

BCCI Announces this on twitter

The BCCI had on October 26 invited applications for the post of head coach for the appointment of the next head coach in place of Ravi Shastri.

Shastri’s tenure is coming to an end after the current ICC T20 World Cup. The BCCI said that the board congratulates Shastri (former team director and head coach).

Bharat Arun (bowling coach), R Sridhar (fielding coach), and Vikram Rathor (batting coach) for their successful tenure.

Rahul Dravid totaled play 164 matches in test format where he scores 13288 runs at an average of 52.31 which includes 36 centuries.

On another hand, in ODI Format he total play 344 runs where he scores 10889 runs at an average of 9.16.

India Carrier under leadership of Ravi Shastri

India became the first Asian team to win a Test series in Australia (2018-19) and then another series in 2020-21.

Under Shastri’s leadership, the Indian cricket team performed brilliantly. India became number one in Tests and reached the final of the World Test Championship in England.

India was also the first team to win all five T20 Internationals in a bilateral series when they defeated New Zealand 5–0. Under Shastri and his team’s guidance.

India also won all seven Test series at home.

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