Ravi Shastri angry at ICC and cricket boards, says players are human beings

Team India head coach Ravi Shastri has warned of the possible adverse effects on cricket in the near future. He warned that if the International Cricket Council (ICC) and cricket boards around the world did not do something about mental fatigue in the near future, it could have a devastating effect on cricket.

Ravi Shastri hands out ominous warning

Ravi Shastri said that in such a situation the players could back away from their international commitment. Before his last match with Team India as head coach, Shastri spoke openly about mental and physical fatigue.

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“I am not making any excuses, but we have been living in the bio-bubble for about six months now,” Shastri said. If we had got some time between IPL and T20 World Cup then everything would have been fine. The people who are playing are all human beings. Not all of them run on petrol. The first thing that comes to my mind is comfort.

Ravi Shastri hands out ominous warning
Ravi Shastri hands out ominous warning

“I am mentally exhausted, but at my age I expect this to happen,” Shastri said. But these players are mentally and physically exhausted. “We accept defeat and we are not afraid of losing,” he said. Trying to win you can lose the match but here we did not try to win because we were missing the X Factor.

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