BCCI president Sharad Pawar on Saturday lauded the Indian team's performance in the ongoing Twenty20 cricket World Cup by saying that the team had done well despite not having a coach.
"We have won matches against England, Pakistan and South Africa without a coach," Pawar told reporters in Mumbai.
Asked if his remarks were an indication that there will be no foreign coach, Pawar said "I am not saying that. The Board will take an appropriate decision on the issue."
Pawar also said that he had a chat with captain of the side Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was keen to continue the good run.
"Skipper called me up this afternoon and exuded confidene ahead of Saturday's crucial match against Australia. He (Dhoni) wants to bring the World Cup home," the BCCI chief said.