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Sourav Ganguly brands Ravi Shastri’s ‘best travelling team’ comment as immature

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Shastri had earlier said that the current Indian team has managed to win matches overseas, something which previous Indian teams failed to do. Shastri had said: “The endeavour of this team is to travel well, compete and win. If you look at the last three years, we have won nine matches overseas and three series. I can’t see any other Indian team in the last 15-20 years that has had the same run in such a short time, and you have had some great players playing in those series.”

“These are immature comments. You should not pay much attention to what Ravi Shastri says. What he says and when he says things, no one knows. Whichever generation is playing for India, be it Chetan Sharma’s or when I played for India or when Dhoni played or now when Virat is playing, we are all the ‘Indian Team’,” Ganguly told India TV.

 

“We all just represent the team at different times. It is not necessary to compare one generation or the other. I can say a lot more but it would not be correct. Virat Kohli and his players are working hard to perform for India; it would not be nice for me to say anything,” he added.

 

 

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well said Dada ... kudos to you for speaking against this shame less moron parasite.Hope every ex player with at least a bit of concern for Indian cricket come forward and put this moron in place.

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2 hours ago, Tibarn said:

I am really tired of the Ganguly-Shastri constant drama. Can we lock these two in a room and force them to engage in a battle to the death? Meanwhile we can get a Dravid or Moody to coach the team. :agree: 

Dada would destroy the bewda in a single punch.

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 "If you look at the last three years, we won nine matches overseas and three series. I can't see any other Indian team in the last 15-20 years who had that kind of run in such a short period and you have some great players in those teams." Shastri said. "So the promise is there. It is just [about] getting tougher mentally. You have got to hurt when you lose such matches, but that is when you look within and come out with the right kind of answers to combat such situations again and get past the finishing line. One day you will, as long as you believe."


 

I was looking at Shastri's quote and I find it difficult to understand something wrong here. 

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