Reacting to reports of a possible gap in the Indian staff, a source of know-how on Thursday destroyed rumors of "absolute absurdity" ahead of India's selection for the West Indies tour . The reports were disseminated in media sections on the Indian side division in two camps: one from Virat Kohli and one from Rohit Sharma, after the semifinals of India's World Cup of the World Cup, # 39; ICC 2019. The reports also suggested that a few Indian players were not happy with the Indian technical body headed by Ravi Shastri.
According to a report from Times of India, a civil servant that takes into account events has described rumors as nonsense. "The absolute absurdities are being pedaled, as" there is a break in the team, there are problems preparing beer ", what's not. It's really inopportune. Which cricket player wants another cricket player? Only one who never has Played the game. The World Cup ended and someone wanted a new headline. It's disappointing how some people twist and turn things around to suit their interests, "said the Times of India source.
The report also noted that the hindmost members on the Indian side were "quite deceived" of the rumors about different fields of Team India.
Meanwhile, India's selectors directed MSK Prasad, who will meet on Friday in Mumbai to select the teams of the Indian T20I, ODI and Test for the West Indies tour starting with a series of three T20I matches starting on August 3.
According to reports, captain of the India Virat Kohli could skip the limited games of the tour to manage his workload. The focus will also be on MS Dhoni, which apparently has been made available due to a finger injury.
July 18, 2019 at 12:53 p.m. IST