- India lost to New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final, failure of top order failed to achieve 240 goals
- COA president Vinod Rai said that, after returning of Kohli-Shastri, he will definitely talk to them.
- Ambati Rayudu may also raise the issue of selection in the review meeting
Jul 12, 2019, 07:47 PM
London. The Committee of Administrators (COA) appointed by the Supreme Court in the BCCI will review the team's performance in the World Cup. Team Captain Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri will also be reviewed on the return to the country, along with the team selection for this big tournament.
India had to face defeat at the hands of New Zealand at the World Cup semi-final on July 10. Team India chasing the target of 240 runs was reduced to 221 runs. Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli scored one run each.
Chief Selector MSK Prasad will be questioned
COA President Vinod Rai, Member Diana Elduji, Lieutenant General (Rita) Ravi Thogald will also meet with Chief Secretary MSK Prasad. It will be discussed about the roadmap of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia next year.
Vinod Rai said, "After coming back from the break of the coach and the captain, we will definitely be reviewing. We are not deciding the date and place right now, but we will talk to them.
He said: India's campaign in the World Cup has ended. How, where and how it is not the question. I can not tell you anything about the conversation that is to be held now.
According to the news agency, it is believed that during this review meeting some questions will be asked by Shastri, Kohli and MSK Prasad. It is also being said that during the team selection for the World Cup, the issue of Ambati Rayudu will also be raised in this review.
Team management can be asked if Rayudu was not sure about the position of number 4, then why he was included in the series with Australia before the World Cup. Indeed, despite the injuries to the players, Rayudu was not included in the World Cup squad. After this he retired from every format of cricket.