PM Narendra Modi In Team India Dressing Room Video: Australia defeated Team India by 6 wickets in ICC World Cup final match. With this defeat, Team India along with the cricket fans are tired. Rohit Sharma, Mohammed Siraj were also in tears in the field. So after the defeat in the World Cup, Prime Minister Narendra Modi entered the dressing room of Team India to console the players. This time, the Prime Minister has encouraged the players. A related video has also surfaced. (ind vs aus final pm narendra modi visit team india dressing room video viral mohammed shami rohit sharma)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the dressing room after Team India lost the final match against Australia. On this occasion Prime Minister Narendra Modi consoled the players. This related video has now surfaced. In this video, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with the players and gives them courage.
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As you can see in the video, Prime Minister Narendra Modi initially took the hands of the senior players of Team India captain Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli and appreciated their performance in the World Cup. After this there was a conversation with Team India coach Rahul Dravid in Marathi. How is Rahul? The Prime Minister questioned him.
The Prime Minister further addressed Jadeja as Babu and shook hands with him. Also does PM Bumrah speak Gujarati? Asked that. To this he replied that little by little. On this, the Prime Minister said that this is your home ground.
Modi later met Mohammed Shami. Appreciating ‘Mohammed Shami you played well’, the Prime Minister hugged him and patted him on the back. After this, the Prime Minister met many other athletes and consoled them.
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During this visit, the Prime Minister told the players, you have won 10 matches. And defeat happens. You stay excited and encourage each other. The whole country is watching you, Modi said encouraging the players. Along with this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also invited the players to visit Delhi.