VVS Laxman took online classes of Bengal cricketers in lockdown.


Lockdown is currently underway across the country for the corona virus. All sports in the country are closed due to lockdown. Cricket is closed. No one knows when this situation will return to normal. No one knows when cricket will return at 22 yards. However, the Bengal Cricket Association has long ago launched video sessions to keep cricketers fit. This time VVS Laxman, an Indian cricketer, took classes of Bengali cricketers online.

Every year after the end of the season, the Bengal Cricket Association conducts a review camp. Bengal batting consultant VVS Laxman joined the review camp. He talks to each cricketer separately and corrects their batting mistakes. Along with that there are Bengal coaches and support staff. But this year the situation is different, everyone is spending the day under house arrest due to the lockdown. As a result, VVS Laxman took classes of Bengal cricketers through video conferencing using advanced technology.

In this year's Ranji Trophy, Bengal senior opener Abhishek Raman scored runs in the first few matches but was disappointed with the bat at the end. That's why VVS Laxman spends some time with Abhishek on this day. Talking to Abhishek on this day, VVS Laxman explained all the mistakes in his batting. VVS Laxman also had a long discussion with Abhishek on how to bat for the first few hours on a bowling-friendly pitch.