Asia Cup 2022 Sridharan Sriram Bangladesh: The big statement of former India cricketer Sridharan Sriram, who became the technical advisor of Bangladesh team, has come to the fore. Sriram on Friday said the experience of coaching the Australian national team and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League will be of great help to him in his new assignment. According to media reports, he will be associated with the Bangladesh team in the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup to be played in Australia in October. However, the 46-year-old former India player is fully prepared to fulfill his responsibilities with Bangladesh.
Let us tell you that before this, Sriram was appointed as the spin bowling coach of Australia in 2016. Later in 2020, he also served as the batting and spin coach of RCB. According to the news of ‘The Daily Star newspaper’, Shriram said, “I think it (my role) is very simple and I am very clear about my work here, I will probably have to mobilize all the resources. We have some very well-skilled coaches. I am sure they will do their job brilliantly. I have to work with the captain, team director and skill trainers.
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Have also worked for Australian cricket
Let us tell you that Sriram, who played ODIs for India in the early 2000s, has been a part of the Australian coaching setup since 2016. India was on tour in 2017, when Australia won the first Test in Pune. It is said that Sriram had a big contribution in the success of the team. Let us inform that in this match, left-arm spinner Stephen O’Keefe took 12 wickets for 70 runs. After the match, spinner Stephen O’Keefe credited Sriram for assisting him in his best performance.
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