‘Keep your feet on the ground’, Guru Rahul Dravid advised the team after winning the series


  • Team India got a great win against New Zealand.
  • With this victory, coach Rahul Dravid got off to a good start.
  • Coach Rahul Dravid gave a special advice to Team India.

Calcutta: Rahul Dravid, the new coach of Team India, has made a good start. Team India has won the series against New Zealand. Rahul Dravid has not only expressed happiness over the victory, but has also given an important piece of advice to his team. India won the third T20 International by 73 runs on Sunday.

After the match, coach Rahul Dravid said, “It was a really good series. Every player has contributed well from the very beginning of the series. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally. But we are realistic and we need to keep our feet on the ground. It is to be mentioned that Rahul Dravid does not want this victory to cause players to become overconfident and affect their performance.

New Zealand’s soup clean, India’s sweeping victory over the series with a clean sweep
Rahul Dravid said that playing three matches just six days after the World Cup final was not an easy task for New Zealand. We have to keep our feet on the ground and move on to a new lesson. Coach Rahul Dravid is happy with the performance of the young players. “It’s really nice to see some young players do well,” he said. We give a chance to those players who have not got to play much cricket in the last few months. Really nice to see that we have good options.

Rohit hit a shot and the ball came out of the bullet quickly, Ish Sodhi caught Kamal with one hand
In the T20 series against New Zealand, India has swept the series 3-0 with a clean sweep. In the final third match of the series being played in Kolkata, India won the toss and elected to bowl first. After which India scored 184 runs for the loss of 7 wickets at the end of 20 overs. From India, Rohit Sharma was the top scorer with 56 runs. Centurion from New Zealand was the fastest with 3 wickets. After which New Zealand were all out for 111 in 17.2 overs. India won the series 3-0 with a clean sweep.


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