Calcutta: Coach of the Indian cricket Aunshuman Gaekwad felt that the recent Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) report and India's debacle in the tri-nation cup final at Sharjah would not have any effect in the Bangladesh Test match.''This team is allright. Only thing it needed is consistency,'' he has said here on Monday. ''Both in Nairobi and at Sharjah we could have bettered results if we had been a little more cautious." On the ignominy of being all out for 54 runs at Sharjah, he said, ''It is very difficult to believe. It's like a nightmare.''Gaekwad, who would be coaching the Indian team for the last time before newly appointed New Zealand coach John Wright takes over, also said that he was pained to know that former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin and Ajay Jadeja had betrayed the country. Gaekwad said, ''Azharuddin and Jadeja betrayed the fine game of cricket itself and cheated the whole country. They also betrayed the team. I'm indeed ashamed of them.''
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