The cricket team of any country can be the best, therefore, for their coaching in the three departments(Batting, Bowling, and Fielding) which proves the temperament of any team, and if there is a slight loss happens in all the three departments, It can turn out the Zero impressions. The BCCI has world class coaches on these three departments, and on the basis of these coaching, the Indian team also became the world’s No.1 team, but after looking at the England tour, it seems now that the BCCI should have need four coaches instead of the same. Besides the batting, bowling and fielding coach, the name of the fourth coach should be the name as DRS coach, the review process system, which India had not adopted for a long time. The coach post of the DRS is equally important, as the coach of the rest of the departments, as a DRS- can turn out the game and become a nightmare for the opposition. A right review takes some cases to dominate the other three departments.
Virat Kohli loses 22 Reviews in 5 Test Matches Series against England
Captain Kohli is the best batsman in the world and there is no doubt. On England tour, he scored so many runs, but he is a captain as well as a batsman, and on England tour, it proved that he needed a DRS coach, not just him but the entire team, because now India doesn’t have Mahendra Singh Dhoni, whose review is always correct.
On the tour of England, captain Kohli asked for a review at the point where the umpire had clearly declared not out, but Kohli took the review there and wasted it, and at the time when the team India much needed to take a review, they were blank.
In this series, India’s total 22 reviews have been lost under Virat Kohli’s captaincy. In the first innings of the fifth Test, hosts had also lost the review, but less than India. India had lost both their reviews in the first innings of the Fifth test of Of India tour of England 2018.
BCCI should think about it and understand the importance of taking the DRS and for this too soon, it should be prepared to demand an application for a separate DRS coach. By the way, Dhoni has retired from Test cricket, perhaps he is the perfect candidate for this post.