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ICC U-19 World Cup: Asia Cup win was good for crew constructing forward of WC, says India coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar

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India’s win within the Asia Cup was actually good when it comes to growing an excellent crew bond forward of the upcoming World Cup, U19 head coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar mentioned on Thursday. The under-19 World Cup begins within the West Indies on Friday and India begins its marketing campaign with a match towards South Africa on Saturday.

“There is a huge legacy since India has done so well in this tournament. It doesn’t help that we have won four times. There is a new team, so you have to start afresh,” Kanitkar mentioned throughout a web-based media interplay forward of the marquee occasion.”We don’t want to look too far ahead at things like the IPL auction and the Ranji Trophy. What we need to do is to just focus on what we can do in this tournament. We, as a coaching unit, keep them focussed on what they can do in the short term,” he added.’Boys will be taught from bio-bubble keep’Asked about taking part in beneath tough circumstances as gamers are being compelled to remain in bio-bubbles, the previous India cricketer mentioned it’s higher to get used to it than criticism.”Yes….it is a challenge. What we need to realise is that this is the norm now. It is better to get used to it. It is the reality now, staying in the bubble, The boys will be able to learn from this. After this World Cup also, when they need to stay in bubbles, they will be up for it,” he mentioned.The Indians head into the Under-19 World Cup with a victory within the under-19 Asia Cup and the top coach mentioned it was of nice assist because the crew obtained to play collectively.”It is important because we had not played together as a team. For us, it was important in terms of team building and getting matches under our belt. It has been of great help,” Kanitkar mentioned of the win within the U-19 Asia Cup.The coach emphasised that the crew had good quick bowling all-rounders with Rajvardhan Hangargekar of Maharashtra growing properly”It augurs well for the future. The talent is there…it is about grooming and handling them well. Rajvardhan is a really exciting prospect and bowls at a fair clip.”He has an excellent yorker and a bouncer and he’s not a nasty batsman. You will discover that out within the match. He is eager to do properly for the crew. These are good indicators,” he said.’Yash Dhull has respect of all players’Asked what went in favour of Yash Dhull that he got the captaincy, Kanitkar said he had the respect of the players which was important.”The main high quality is to have respect from the gamers. I feel that’s what he has, the respect of the crew. He is ready to take powerful calls.”Every time, especially while fielding, he can’t be told to do things, he needs to take his decisions. He is up to it. I think his instincts are tuned fine and think he can do justice to the job,” Kanitkar added.The Indian under-19 captain Dhull, who appears to be like as much as the Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli, felt it was vital to take it recreation by recreation.”The morale in the team was good. It is important to take it game by game and see how to improve game by game. We will keep our intent and take it as it comes,” he mentioned.About the interactions the crew had with the legendary VVS Laxman, who heads the NCA now and India’s white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma, Dhull mentioned, “They told us about their experiences and that will surely help us in the tournament ahead.”The Indian under-19 skipper mentioned the pitches in West Indies had been on the slower facet.