WV Raman, the pinnacle mentor for the Indian women's team, is certain that 15-year-old Shefali Verma goes forward with Virender Sehwag and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In November a year ago, Shefali became the youngest half-century player in intercontinental cricket by breaking Sachin Tendulkar's 30-year-old record. <! –
Raman stated in a discussion with IANS, "I want her to continue the way she is playing. Like Virender Sehwag and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, she will learn how to get ahead with what she does. Good thing. It is that she has proved that she can play at any level. She learns very quickly. From the series played at home to South Africa to the West Indies series she worked hard And played everywhere. She is a very talented 15-year-old player. "
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Shefali is called into the Indian group for the Women's T20 World Cup becoming held the following month. Shefali isn’t the just youthful player into the group. 19-year-old Richa Ghosh has additionally got a spot into the group. Raman stated that to visit the competition it is vital to get a handle on the feelings.
The coach stated, "Our team is very talented. In the T20 format it is very difficult to say what happens. We need to try and balance because things change quickly in any team's court and By the time we find out, many types of emotions have changed. If we are able to maintain a balance between our feelings, our chances of winning will increase significantly. "
Regarding Richa, the coach stated, "In front of us in 1992 World Cup semi-final is Inzamam-ul-Haq's example of how he played a match-winning innings, he was also in a very difficult situation. So one should not go to age and look at it positively. Has anyone told you that a 19-year-old player selected for the World Cup cannot play? "