Prime Time Zone, Sports: Former India captain and current head coach Ravi Shastri turns 40 on February 21 (Sunday). Ravi Shastri, who made his Test debut in a match against New Zealand in Wellington 40 years ago, is still playing despite ending his career as a cricketer. He shared the photo on Twitter on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the first Test. He said in a tweet that it was great for him to travel with Team India. Ravi Shastri, who played for Team India for 11 years as an all-rounder, played 80 Tests, 150 ODIs, scored 3830 runs and took 151 wickets in Tests. He scored 3108 runs and took 129 wickets in ODIs. Ravi Shastri was part of the Indian team that won the 1983 World Cup. Ravi Shastri still holds the record for hitting six sixes in a single over in Ranji cricket. After retiring as a cricketer, Ravi worked as a commentator, Team India manager and director. He is currently the head coach.
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