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Ravi Shastri assigns cool & catchy nicknames to Indian cricketers

Chaithanya Sagar

Ravi Shastri Source: Sportzwiki

India’s integral head coach, Ravi Shastri has by far taken a front seat in witnessing the team’s exemplary performances.

Ravi Shastri grabbed the attention from the fans quickly because of his apprehension of dealing with his boys and produce the satisfactory results.

His pep talk, motivation and a perfect tonic to the Indian cricketers has inspired them to press a claim for higher things, the best feeling that was infused into the players’ minds.

Ravi Shastri’s great deal of understanding with the players has seriously reflected on the outcomes which are quite clear that they have taken another step in intensity.

In a recent interview with CNN-IBN News 18, Ravi Shastri was asked to answer some questions asked by the interviewer.

Questions came from the time when Ravi Shastri used to sit in a commentary panel and pick out the best adjectives and superlatives to describe a player in one word.

Now that he has got all the potential players in the ranks. He was asked to choose a nickname for each individual which pretty much matches the same in accordance with the character.

Virat Kohli: In your face

Ajinkya Rahane: Nice boy

Ravichandran Ashwin: The astronaut, very intelligent.

Jaspreet Bumrah: Very sensitive

Shikhar Dhawan: Gabbar

Ravindra Jadeja: Typical Rajput, you know warrior

Bhuvneshwar Kumar: The silent assassin

Mohammad Shami: Power, strength

KL Rahul: Exciting, exciting talent

Wriddhiman Saha: Cool

Rohit Sharma: Explosive

Murali Vijay: Calm, calculated

Umesh Yadav: Again explosive with his power. His nickname is strongman

Ishant Sharma: Hugely talented, I would say maturing at the right time.

Hardik Pandya: Mercurial

Parthiv Patel: A little man who punches above his weight

Cheteshwar Pujara: He meditates on the crease

India have won the ODI series 2-1 over Sri Lanka and the sporting carnival now shifts to T20I series with the first one scheduled to be played at Cuttack on December 20.

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