"Told team India to party like me" : Shastri

In the final battle of the tour, i.e. the T20I series, the story for Windies is just the same as the test and ODI series. India is cruising with the help of their experience and to some extent with the home advantage too. 
After winning the low scoring first T20I match, India is up by 1-0 in the series. Although India won the game, it didn't come out easy for them. India lost their top 5 batsmen chasing a low total of 109, brought the squad's understanding of temperament needed in the middle. 
As the contests before World Cup 2019 are considered as the indicator of the team's readiness,  BCCI decided to organize a 'secret workshop' for the Indian team players just after the opening T20I match. This workshop aimed to strengthen the players' understanding of the temperament needed in different formats of the game. 
When we asked Indian head coach Ravi Shastri about the agenda of the 'secret workshop', he just disclosed that "it's all about how you see the game? For example, we told our batsmen to follow a few of our former legendary batsmen for their excellence in different formats."
"In T20Is hit like Sehwag, in ODIs play like Tendulkar and in tests settle in the middle like Dravid, is what we told the batters" stated Shastri. 
But it didn't just end there, Shastri furthermore said that "I told the boys that if they win then they better party like me." 
Who says a win doesn't teach?


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