Shastri suspected that he may have been exposed to the ungodly virus during his third test in Headingley, Leeds.
Team India head coach Ravi Shastri had to face considerable criticism lately after attending the book’s launch in London and before his fourth match against England at Kennington Oval. Shortly thereafter, he tested positive for COVID-19, and after attending the book’s launch rally, reports of coronavirus infection began.
However, a 59-year-old woman refuted the allegations, stating that none of the launch panties attendants caught COVID-19. Veterans said they may have come into contact with an ungodly virus during the third test. Headingley In Leeds. Born in Mumbai, Shastri said he didn’t regret going to the book’s launch.
I have no regrets, says Ravi Shastry
“There were about 250 people there, and no one received the COVID from the party. The book was released on the 31st (August) and was not available because it tested positive on September 3rd. It was, “Shastri reportedly said in an interview with The Guardian.
“It can’t happen in three days. I think I got it in Leeds (where the third test was done). I have no regrets because the people I met there were amazing.” Told.
“And it was nice for the boys to go out and meet different people instead of always in the room. At the oval test, they were climbing the stairs used by 5,000 people. So the book was released. How to point your finger at? ”Shastri has been added.
Indian bowling coach after Shastri Barrat Arun Field coach R Sridhar also tested positive for the virus. However, it was the COVID positive test result of Yogesh Parmar, the second physiotherapist in India, who set the cat in the pigeons of the Indian camp.
After all, the fifth and final test at Old Trafford in Manchester had to be postponed indefinitely. Senior Indian players expressed anxiety about participating in the game, after which a decision was made. The fate of the game has not yet been decided.
As far as Shastri is concerned, his term as Head Coach for Team India will end after the 2021 T20 World Cup in the UAE.