India head coach Ravi Shastri celebrates his 59th birthday on Thursday (May 27th). Shastri, who won the World Cup when he was an international cricket in 1983, is in his current tenure as head coach of the Indian team since 2017.
During his tenure, India remained at the top of the ICC Test Rankings and reached the final of the first World Test Championship earlier this year. The titular clash against New Zealand will take place between June 18-22 in Southampton.
Ravi Shastri’s term has also seen India reach the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup.
The Indian head coach also watched the incredible rise of the bowling department in India – especially in the test format. He answered when India, under the captaincy of They grow kohli, became the first Asian team to beat Australia in Australia in 2018.
The Indian team repeated the feat earlier this year, defeating Australia 2-1 in a series of four tests.
By the time Shastri turns 59, desires for him are pouring out.
The Prime Minister of the Indian batsman goalkeeper Rishab Pant wrote: “Very very happy returns for the day @RaviShastriOfc sir. I wish you a lot of happiness in the coming years!”
He also wished him the official account of the Board of Cricket in India (BCCI).
Former Indian cricket Wassim Jaffer called Shastri “champions of champions”.
The first class fast bowler in India Ishant Sharma wrote, “I wish you a very happy birthday Ravi Bhai !! With best wishes to you this day, praying for your good health, wealth and happiness !! Have a good! @RaviShastriOfc.”