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Ravi Shastri

Deepak Chahar was brilliant against Punjab Kings: Shastri

Chahar's best IPL performance 4-1-13-4 also included 18 dot balls and also earned rich praise from national head coach Ravi Shastri

Take a bow Team India, says Ravi Shastri

After clinching the T20I and Test series against Australia, India completed a clean sweep in all three formats against England, with a seven-run win in the third ODI here on Sunday.

Results will come and go for others to follow: Shastri

"The pack that stays together. Bubble or no bubble. Results will come and go for others to follow. Great day in lovely Pune," Shastri tweeted along with the picture.

Shastri has played a huge role in this New India team: MSK

Kohli's men decided to play aggressive cricket after they lost to Sri Lanka in Galle in 2015, says former national chief selector

Ravi Shastri takes dig at ICC for changing WTC rules

Indian coach wasn't happy that midway through the tournament, ICC changed the criteria for qualifying to final from maximum points earned to maximum percentage points earned

We were hard on Pant: Ravi Shastri

Pant's innings is the best counter attacking innings, I have seen in India by an Indian, especially at number six when the ball was turning," Shastri said after India's emphatic win in the fourth Test

Ravi Shastri receives first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Ahmedabad

India's inoculation drive entered its second phase on Monday in which the coverage was expanded to include everyone above 60 and those over 45 with co-morbidities.

Surprisingly, Ravi Shastri indulges in ‘banter’ on social media

The tweet has a reference to India's 10-wicket win over England in the third Test in Ahmedabad, Gujarat - a 'dry' state where liquor is prohibited. The win was registered inside two days of the five-day match

Nirmala Sitharaman lauds Team India’s historic win in Australia

Sitharaman, who was giving her 2021-22 Budget Speech, started off by giving a special shout out to what the Indian team under the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane managed to achieve Down Under.

England cricket team including captain Joe Root arrives in Chennai

Some of the Indian players and members of the support staff also landed in this southern city, airport sources said.

When Ravi Shastri threatened India will not go to Australia

Sridhar and Ashwin recount the emotional moments in the video called Let me tell a 'Kutti story' (small story)

Don’t let it just go away

This young team with confidence, character and camaraderie augurs well for the future of Indian cricket

Ravi Shastri hails Siraj for overcoming every hurdle in Australia

Taking to Twitter, Shastri wrote: "Find of the tour for shoring up the bowling attack the way he did - Mohd Siraj. He fought through personal loss, racial remarks and channelised them to find home in the team huddle."

Red carpet welcome for Rahane as team arrives home

The chants (meaning here comes our Ajinkya) were heard amid the beating of the traditional dhol tasha and showering of flower petals at Rahane's residential complex

Nothing surpasses this series win, it is unreal: Ravi Shastri

India head coach said that the just-concluded series was the toughest tour ever for him

The biggest thing in my life, says Pant after match-winning knock

The highest target chased at The Gabba before India surpassed 328 with three wickets in hand on Tuesday was 236, way back in 1951 by hosts Australia against West Indies.

Winning over Aussie crowd was inspiration: Shardul Thakur

India have earned plaudits for a lion-hearted effort despite being ravaged by injuries with Thakur and Washington being the latest set of newcomers to rise to the occasion

Rahane is a very shrewd leader: Shastri

India's win was built on a first-innings century by stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane on their way to 326 in reply to Australia's 195, with young debutant Shubman Gill also excelling with the bat.

From 36 to Melbourne glory: Team India’s magnificent turnaround

Magnificent turnaround of fortunes as Rahane's men jolt Aussies to level Test series 1-1

One of the greatest comebacks in cricket: Shastri on Melbourne Test win

Shastri lauded the entire team with special praise for resilient debutants Shubman Gill and Mohammed Siraj after the 36 all out nightmare in the opening Test in Adelaide

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