U-19 coach Rahul Dravid said about going to the Pakistani dressing room

U-19 coach Rahul Dravid said about going to the Pakistani dressing room

U-19 coach Rahul Dravid said about going to the Pakistani dressing room



Mumbai: After coming to India after winning the Under-19 World Cup, Captain Prithvi Shaw and coach Rahul Dravid interacted with the media on Monday. Coach Prithvi Shaw also thanked his coach, the assistant staff and the BCCI, while coach Rahul Dravid spoke at the press conference held at Mumbai's JR Marriott Hotel in terms of Indian cricket. During this, a journalist from Rahul Dravid questioned about going to his Pakistani dressing room. In response to this question, Rahul Dravid stopped the journalist in the middle and said that he had not gone to Pakistan's dressing room. Pakistan Under-19 team manager Nadeem Khan had said that Rahul Dravid had come to Pakistan's dressing room to raise the morale of the players after the defeat against India.


However, Dravid made it clear that he did not go to Pakistan's dressing room. Rahul Dravid said, "He has a talented left-arm bowler who has done very well in the tournament. I had congratulated him by looking at his great bowler. "He had said that he met Nadeem Khan outside the dressing room. He said that being a coach, it is our duty to encourage the players. Dravid also said that the Pakistani team manager praised the Indian players.

On winning the World Cup, Dravid said that during the last 15-16 months, we and the entire team followed the process with the whole heart and soul. We have launched a good process to prepare our plans and to develop the players. And also followed it. We need to constantly develop and develop this process.


He said that when I played for the Indian Under-19 team, much of the resources and facilities are available outside the field and grounds of boys from today's team.
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