Jadeja Reply On Kapil Dev's "Arrogance" Remark, Read Sharp Response Of Spinner
One of the most watched cricket teams in the world is the Indian men's team. It is a squad with a distinguished history and a number of legendary athletes. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is also one of the wealthiest cricket governing bodies in the world.
Everything the Indian team does, therefore, tends to garner a lot of attention. The Indian squad has failed to win an ICC trophy in the previous ten years, and this year's ODI World Cup will be played at home, adding to the pressure on them to break their trophy drought.
The Indian team has also received a great deal of criticism in the meanwhile. Indian World Cup champion Kapil Dev, who led the squad to victory in 1983, was one of many who recently lambasted the group.
Notably, Kapil had stated in an interview with The Week that "arrogance sometimes develops when too much money comes. These cricket players think they are experts in all things."
"I'm not sure when he stated this. These are not searches I conduct on social media. See, everyone has a different viewpoint. In his press conference prior to the third ODI against the West Indies, Ravidnera Jadeja remarked, "I don't think there is any arrogance in this team. Ex-players have every right to give their opinions.
India began the series as heavy favourites to sweep the opposition and even managed to win the first game, but they suffered a shocking loss in the second one-day international after electing to rest skipper Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. The final game, which will take place in Trinidad's Brian Lara Stadium later on Tuesday, August 1, will decide the series, which is now tied at one game apiece.