New Delhi, Online Desk. Rahul Dravid has had a good start with the Indian team as a regular head coach. The former captain has played an important role in helping Team India win the T20 series in his coaching. India has made a clean sweep of the New Zealand team in the three-match T20 series. However, Rahul Dravid has admitted that it was not easy for New Zealand to play the final of the T20 World Cup in Dubai on 14 November and then the first T20 match in India on 17 November.

After winning the T20I series against New Zealand 3-0, Team India head coach Rahul Dravid said, “It was a really good series win. Everyone played really well in the series. Feels good, it feels good to start well.” We are also very realistic. We have to keep our feet on the ground and be a little realistic about this win. Playing a World Cup final for New Zealand and then playing three matches in six days three days later was never easy for them. It wasn’t easy either.”

Former India captain Dravid further said, “Good from our point of view, but we have to learn from this series and move on. It is a long journey in the next 10 months and we will have our share of ups and downs. Seeing some youngsters coming Really good. We have given a chance to some boys who haven’t played much cricket in the last few months. We have seen some of the skills available to us and we have to keep building those skills as we progress. “

At the same time, coach Rahul Dravid said on the return of the rested players, “With some of our players coming back, it will definitely strengthen the team, but it is really great to see that we have options, we can mix and match.” We can see different players in different places. It’s going to be a long season from here to the next World Cup. There are a lot of matches to be played, so we have to do that with some of our players. And be realistic with the amount of cricket they can play.”

Rahul Dravid, who became the head coach of Team India regularly for the first time, said, “It’s nice to see people step up and do well at this level. We have only three or four boys who are coming into Test matches. Tell them to go to sleep early, because some days, they’ll have to start getting up at 7:30 a.m. to start at 9:30. So hopefully we can get a good night’s sleep. Other boys might be late at night and they can enjoy.”

Edited By: Vikash Gaur