Ravi Shastri plays “first thing that comes to your mind” and his answers will make your day
The Indian head coach absolutely nailed the game as he literally said the first thing that came to his mind.
Published - Dec 17, 2017 12:56 pm | Updated - Dec 17, 2017 12:57 pm
Ravi Shastri has been extremely successful with the Indian team. They had a fantastic run of Test wins and now face a steep challenge in South Africa. They will also travel to England and Australia later in 2018 and that will test this ever so confident Indian team. A lot of questions are yet to be answered when it comes to this Indian team.
That said, Ravi Shastri was busy answering questions in an interview where he was asked about various things about the Indian team. He talked about the choices of the openers India have and also about the middle order and how they can cope with the South African speedsters. There were a lot of questions about the pollution in Delhi as well.
Feroz Shah Kotla saw Sri Lankan players struggle with pollution which forced Shastri walk out to the field and talk to the umpires. He answered all the questions honestly and said that there was pollution but the matter was dragged by the Lankan players. That said, Shastri came on to the fun part of the questionnaire.
First thing that comes to your mind
Ravi has been commentating for a long time now and he is very good with words as well. However, the host of the show put him in a spot of bother. It was a fun game where the host would take the name of the Indian cricketers and he had to say the first thing that comes to his mind. His answers were absolutely fantastic.
The Indian head coach absolutely nailed the game as he literally said the first thing that came to his mind. Here are all the answers from his interview with CNN-IBN News 18
Cheteshwar Pujara- He meditates on the crease
KL Rahul- Exciting, exciting talent
Wriddhiman Saha- Cool
Rohit Sharma– Explosive
Murali Vijay- Calm, calculated
Umesh Yadav- Again explosive with his power. His nickname is strongman
Ishant Sharma- Hugely talented, I would say maturing at the right time.
Ajinkya Rahane- Nice boy
Ravichandran Ashwin- The astronaut, very intelligent.
Jaspreet Bumrah- Very sensitive
Shikhar Dhawan- Gabbar
Ravindra Jadeja– Typical Rajput, you know warrior
Bhuvneshwar Kumar- The silent assassin
Mohammad Shami- Power, strength
Hardik Pandya- Mercurial
Parthiv Patel- A little man who punches above his weight
And last but not the least, India’s beloved captain.
Virat Kohli- In your face.