Ravi Shastri, the head coach of the Indian team has once again opened his box of memories and this time the photo of Ranji Trophy batsman Amol Majumdar has come out in this box. Shastri on Friday shared an old photo with Majmudar and wrote that it was India’s loss of not playing the Test at the international level.
Shastri tweeted a photo and wrote that a photo with the legendary Ranji Trophy player – Amul Majumdar. My last season was his first season. I still feel that Majumdar’s loss of not playing Test cricket was India’s loss.
With one of #RanjiTrophy giants – @ amolmuzumdar11. My last season was his first. I still believe it was #TeamIndia‘S loss to not see him in whites. #GentleGiant #Mumbai @MumbaiCricAssoc pic.twitter.com/vf5IAHd6Ol
– Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) May 22, 2020
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Let me tell you that Majumdar’s journey in domestic cricket has been fantastic. In his first class cricket of 20 years, he has scored 11,000 runs which includes 30 centuries. He has also received coaching certificates from BCCI, Cricket Australia and Great Britain through Lancashire and Yorkshire.
Last year when South Africa visited India, Majumdar was appointed by the visiting team as its batting coach. Apart from this, he has also been a batting coach of the Netherlands and is now also the batting coach of IPL team Rajasthan Royals.
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