At a time when all of the worldwide cricketing actions internationally are at standstill resulting from coronavirus pandemic, Indian head coach Ravi Shastri took the journey down the reminiscence lane and lately shared a throwback image of him.
Shastri took to his official Twitter deal with and posted a photograph of him from his early days of taking part in profession.
Together with the image, the 57-year-old revealed that the picture was captured in 1983 on a sunny day in Grenada, West Indies. He additionally tagged former Caribbean cricketers Brian Lara and Vivian Richards within the publish.
“1983. Cricket bloody sizzling. All else within the Caribbean, Trinidad particularly. Scorching Scorching Scorching. A Carib or 2 relying on the place of the Solar with face, all the time wanted to chill you down maan #OldPic #recollections #Caribbean #CaribbeanLife – with @[email protected] All else within the Caribbean, Trinidad particularly,” Shastri tweeted.
1983. Cricket bloody sizzling. All else within the Caribbean, Trinidad particularly. Scorching Scorching Scorching. A Carib or 2 relying on the place of the , all the time wanted to chill you down maan #OldPic #memories #Caribbean #CaribbeanLife – with @ivivianrichards @BrianLara pic.twitter.com/jfMHL1yrZX
— Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) May 17, 2020
Earlier this month, Shastri posted throwback photos with West Indies legend Sir Viv Richards and former Caribbean bowler Malcolm Marshall.
“Brothers in arms. One of the best I performed towards. Privilege and honour – with Malcolm Denzil Marshall and Sir Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards,” Shastri had written together with the image.
— Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) May 2, 2020
Shastri–who is presently serving as the pinnacle coach of Group India–had represented the nationwide facet in 80 Assessments and 151 ODIs and smashed 3,830 and three,108 runs respectively in it. He additionally picked up 280 wickets throughout the 2 codecs.