Auckland. Virat Kohli failed to make an impact once again as he was removed cheaply by Tim Southee on the opening day of the second Test between India and New Zealand at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday.
The Indian team was all-out for 242 and coach Ravi Shastri had a tough time answering some questions about the poor form of the team. Ravi said that the team is really working hard and come to the third test match, everyone will be able to see the output. Ravi was not ready to answer anything about the current test match and said that Bumrah will take 10 wickets in the third test, Kohli will score a century, and Pujara will play 200 balls in the third test.
Ravi is working with the boys and coaching staff to gear up for the third test. He also knows that the boys need to relax and party a bit to take the first two tests out of their minds. This is the reason he has organized a big party for the next 4 days of the second test match. According to him, the process matters and results are just luck.