New Delhi. India captain Virat Kohli said his relationship with head coach Ravi Shastri was based on mutual respect and trust, which helped him build a team that everyone wants to lose. A new exclusive club ‘The Chambers’ for members was inaugurated at the Taj Hotel in the presence of Kohli and his teammates before the fourth Test against England which started at the Oval on Thursday.
Kohli said, “Our work relationship and off-field, based on mutual respect and trust, has given us a common vision, a common goal, to take Indian cricket to a higher and better place than we have achieved.” We have always had a goal and I think it was because of our talent that we were able to achieve it, with the great play of the whole team. ” “
During this time, Ravi Shastri’s book ‘Stargazing: The Players in My Life’ was also published. This is the first book of Shastri. “This is his first book and hopefully he will write more because he has a lot to share,” Kohli said. Asked about the current Test series, he said the last two matches would be exciting.
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“When you and the captain have the same opinion, things get a lot easier and most of our players have the same opinion,” Shastri said. “Our idea is to go ahead and win the game. We are not here to increase numbers, we are here to play positive cricket and win,” he said.
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