The Powar-Mithali mishap

This very much appeared to be a continuation of the Anil Kumble – Virat Kohli failure, however with an alternate plot and diverse lead characters. Fans got a first sight at the aggravations occurring in the background in Indian ladies' cricket when Mithali Raj was dropped for the immensely significant T20 World Cup semi-last against England half a month prior, a game India in the long run lost.

Harmanpreet Kaur and Ramesh Powar, Photo Source: Twitter

After few days Mithali had denounced group's interval head mentor Ramesh Powar of being "one-sided and separating", Powar rushed to jump, saying Mithali was "Unapproachable and hard to deal with". Fits of rage continued coasting around with BCCI putting one leg each on two vessels going in various ways.

Two or three evenings later, T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur and opener Smriti Mandhana had mentioned the board to not sack Powar notwithstanding all the setback. In the long run, previous Indian cricketer, WV Raman was named the mentor with BCCI not wanting to give an expansion to Powar's agreement. One thing that has been under-said during the entire Pawar Era was the improvement in their presentation and an intense flood of media and fans consideration.

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