Mumbai coach Ramesh Povar on Monday credited the national ODI championship title to the Vijay Hazare Trophy in a positive team environment and adult contribution.
Home giants Mumbai won their fourth title at Vijay Hazare on Sunday after defeating Uttar Pradesh in the final.
Mumbai, who was knocked out of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 national league, made a turnaround by winning the Vizay Hazare Trophy under new coach Powar, a former Indian player.
“All 22 players were told their status and role in the team. Structured training and senior players such as Shreyas (Iyer), Surya (Suryakumar Yadav), Shardul (Thakur), Prithvi (Shaw) and Dhawal (Kulkarni) made a significant contribution by sharing insights and maintaining a positive team environment, “Poir told PTI on Monday.
Cook had special words of praise for Skipper Shaw, who set three records for himself, the highest individual scorer in a single edition of the tournament (827 tracks), the highest individual score in the tournament (227 not against Puducherry) and the highest Score from an Indian in List A pursuit.
“After three players from India left, Prithvi was charged as a captain and contributed,” said Poir, also a former coach of the Indian women’s team.
The coach said that all players want to make an impact.
“Maintaining a positive environment by challenging individuals to potentially change (and) they all raised their standards and wanted to make an impact,” Povar added.
Mumbai, who won a record 41 times the Ranji trophy, climbed the Shaw blitzkrieg on Sunday and defeated an undefeated hundred from former skipper Aditia Tare as they taunted a 313-target to smash Uttar Pradesh with six Wickets in the clash. the top. .