Ravi Shastri Attends a Cricket Match with Mukesh Ambani and Sundar Pichai.

Ravi Shastri Attends a Cricket Match with Mukesh Ambani and Sundar Pichai. On Tuesday, the former head coach posted a photo of himself with Mukesh Ambani and Sundar Pichai while watching a cricket match at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Former Team India head coach Ravi Shastri is currently in the UK doing commentary for Sky Sports for the ongoing second edition of the Hundred competition. Shastri recently at the game which being play at the Lord’s Cricket Ground along with Mukesh Ambani and Sundar Pichai. On Tuesday, the former head coach shared a picture with Ambani and Pichai. Taking to Twitter, Shastri captioned the post as: “In the august company of two people who love their cricket @HomeOfCricket- Mr Mukesh Ambani and Mr @sundarpichai at @thehundred @SkyCricket.”

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See Pic: Ravi Shastri in a Cricket Match with Mukesh Ambani and Sundar Pichai

Mukesh Ambani is the chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries Limited, and Sundar Pichai is Google’s CEO.

Previously, Shastri had backed calls to reduce the number of overs in ODIs, claiming that 50-over games have been played for far too long.

During his FanCode commentary for the second ODI between India and the West Indies. Shastri stated, “There is no harm in shortening the duration of the game.” Its 60 overs when ODIs first began. It was 60 overs when we won the World Cup in 1983. People began to believe that 60 overs were excessively long after that. People found the range of overs between 20 and 40 difficult to swallow. As a result, they reduced it from 60 to 50.

“So, years have passed since that decision, so why not cut it from 50 to 40 now? Because you must think ahead of time and evolve. It stayed at 50 for far too long “He continued.

Previously, Shastri state that only the top six teams should allow to play Test cricket. That the sport can be spread to other countries through white-ball cricket.

“If Test cricket is to survive, it cannot have ten or twelve teams competing. Maintain the top six, maintain the quality of cricket, and value quality over quantity. That is the only way to allow for other forms of cricket to be play. If you want to spread the game, expand teams in T20 or one-day cricket, but reduce teams in Test cricket, and then it doesn’t matter if England doesn’t go to the West Indies or the West Indies doesn’t come to England “Shastri stated on Sky Sports.

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