Ex-India cricketer Anil Kumble's residency as the lead trainer of the national group didn't end on great standing. Allegedly, there were contrasts among him and captain Virat Kohli even as the last precluded it ahead from claiming the Champions Trophy in 2017. Yet, Kumble surrendered not long after the competition referring to 'unsound contrasts' with the skipper as one reason.
For a similar explanation, Anil Kumble chose to proceed onward. In any case, he is content with the time he went through with the group. And he is appreciative that India did well under him.
Group India has risen to the number 1 spot in the ICC Test rankings when he was the mentor and arrived at the last of the Champions Trophy just to lose to Pakistan.
Kumble felt happy that there were some contributions made and there are no regrets
Be that as it may, Anil Kumble figures his residency as India lead trainer could've finished on a superior note and not in a questionable manner. In any case, the 49-year-old has no second thoughts about it. And is fulfilled that there was some acceptable improvement in the side from the time he joined.
According to Kumble, they did truly well in that one year. He was extremely upbeat that there were a few commitments made and there are no second thoughts. Kumble was glad to proceed onward from that point also. He realized the end could have been exceptional however then that is fine. As a mentor, you understand, when it's an ideal opportunity to proceed onward. The mentor needs to proceed onward. He was extremely upbeat he assumed a critical job in that one year.
Most definitely, Anil Kumble is the lead trainer of the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and is anticipating the test.