He also went on to add that his experience in Australia will only go on to enhance his skills as a coach and can benefit Royal Challengers Bangalore as he gears up for his new role with the franchise as the assistant coach.
Arun said, “It was a wonderful performance by our team. None were willing to back us at the start of the tournament. To come back and play the way they did as a unit was incredible.”
Indian bowlers looked least impressive in the early part of the summer but came back really well to dismiss all their opposition in all the matches barring the semi-final against Australia which the former champions lost.
Taking about Virat Kohli, Arun made it clear that he is not going lose his night’s sleep over the elegant right-hander’s lack of form in the recently concluded tournament and went on to add that he is a class act.
“He (Virat) has immense passion for the game. He has a good work ethic and is always keen to learn and improve. I am sure he would come out with flying colours in the IPL,” added the former India all-rounder.
Arun also feels that Kohli can be a very good as a captain and his passion for the game is a plus.