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Harbhajan Singh not happy with Indian head coach


Harbhajan Singh, the Indian right arm off spinner makes a harsh comment on the Indian head coach Ravi Shasthri about the on going Test series against England.

Indian team is now playing a five match away Test series against England. The home team is on the lead with two back to back wins in the first two Tests. In the first Test the visitors had given a tough fight to England even though they lost the match.

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But in the second Test fortunes went completely disastrous to Indians. Weather conditions played a major part in that Test match. At the same time Indian players were completely outplayed by the English men. There are so many arguments and discussions going around the team about the humiliating loss at Lords Test.

On this way the Indian off spinner Harbhajan Singh has came up with a statement criticising the head coach Ravi Shasthri. In an interview he said :

“The coach has to come on record, today or tomorrow he has to speak up. He is answerable to everyone. If India loses the series, then he might have to eat his words and admit that conditions do make a lot of difference.”

He further added “We haven’t showed any intent to fight back. The willingness to win is missing and that is most disheartening. We are losing without posing any challenge to the opponent. It is extremely disappointing.”

It was noted that before the start of the tournament  Ravi Shasthri made a confident statement about the players; he said, “For us there is no away, every game is a home game because we don’t play the opponent, we play the pitch. Our job is to conquer the pitch wherever we go.”

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