Yes, I have applied for chief coach’s post: Ravi Shastri


Previous Team India executive Ravi Shastri on Monday connected for the central mentor's post of the Indian cricket group, staking solid cases of returning in charge.


Shastri said that he has presented his application for the post. The previous India chief had worked with the group for year and a half as its executive. His agreement finished at the finish of ICC World T20.


"Yes, I have connected for the main mentor's post today (Monday) morning. I have messaged all the essential reports that were requested in the notice," Shastri said.


Inquired as to whether he has arranged any presentation or guide, the veteran of 80 Test matches said: "Whatever is required by the BCCI , I have given them. In the event that you ask me whether I am sure or not, whatever I can say is that my employment was to apply for the post and I have done that. I can't remark on whatever else."


Shastri had before said in a meeting that he considered the "year and a half with the Indian group as his most huge experience" in his three-decade long relationship with the Indian cricket in different limits.


Amid his residency as group chief, the striking accomplishments have been a 3-0 T20 whitewash of Australia, ODI arrangement win in England, away Test arrangement win against Sri Lanka following 22 years, Test arrangement win against South Africa at home, aside from the semi-last completes in the 50-over and T20 World Cups.


Shastri is the greatest name that has so far connected for the pined for post separated from current administrator of selectors and another previous mentor Sandeep Patil, who has additionally tossed his cap in the ring.