India legend Sunil Gavaskar has said that he is not interested in coaching the Indian cricket team. Gavaskar was asked if he would by a fan during an interaction session in the pre-match show during the third T20.
Gavaskar said no and explained that a coach needs to watch every ball and each run, which he can't do.
He also defended MS Dhoni after former cricketers VVS Laxman and Ajit Agarkar said that Dhoni should quit T20s.
Dhoni made 49 from 37 in the second match but failed to rotate the strike.
"VVS and Ajit are completely entitled to their opinion. They have played a lot of cricket for India and it is their view. It might not necessarily be the selectors' nor the captain's view and we just have to wait and see," Gavaskar said to NDTV.
--By A Cricket Correspondent