Edited By Nityanand Pathak | IANS | Updated:
Former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh said on Tuesday that the Indian team needed a psychologist to take care of young players, especially youngsters like Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya. Of players. Yuvraj said that the team lacks a person who can help the players mentally when needed. He said this during a live chat.
Yuvraj said, “There is no player in this team who can talk to the teammates about the mentality.” Prithvi Shaw and Pant are very talented, but due to the vigilance and media, you need someone to talk to. “The former all-rounder said,” The team needs a good psychologist, but they should be respected. .
He said, ‘Pandya has a lot of talent. One needs to work with their mindset, so that they can do well in a difficult situation. If someone can work with his mentality, then he can prove to be a very big player in the next World Cup.
He spoke about Coach Shastri
Yuvraj said of the current coach of the team, Ravi Shastri, “The team has done well under Shastri’s guidance. The team won in Australia. I don’t know how he is as a coach. I have rarely played under his guidance. I know that you cannot treat every player the same. The ways are different with every player and I don’t see that in this coaching staff. ‘
Hand in hand with selectors
Yuvraj also slammed the senior selection committee headed by Sunil Joshi and said that since he has not played much cricket for India, his mindset will not be challenging the decisions. Yuvraj said, “I always say that the selectors should be the ones to challenge the decisions, but if your selectors have played only four-five matches in ODIs, then their mindset will be the same. These things did not happen when Saurabh Ganguly and Mahendra Singh Dhoni were captains. We had a very experienced team in the 2011 World Cup.