- India amazingly pulled off one of their vital Test wins, pursuing down Australia’s fourth-innings focus of 70
- Shoaib Akhtar valued the Indian players for their ‘forthright’ approach in the game
- Aussies had squashed India with an eight-wicket prior on Saturday
Former Pakistani quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar on Tuesday complimented the Indian Cricket crew for their terrific success against the Aussies, applauding Blue Shirts for their character and cheerful moods displayed all through the game.
India incredibly pulled off one of their significant Test wins, pursuing down Australia’s fourth-innings focus of 70 to make sure about triumph by eight wickets.
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This has been named as India’s best Test triumph ever as the group confronted Australia after enormous mortification during the last game and that too without significant players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Mohammed Shami.
The “Rawalpindi Express”, in a video on his Youtube channel, valued the Indian players for their ‘forthright’ approach in the game notwithstanding the odds.”
“Characters are not made in emergency, characters are shown,” he commented, adding that the group has exhibited their ability in any event, when they were in profound crisis.
The quick blower said that he was motivated to see that the Blue shirts didn’t surrender after the Aussies beat them by 36/9 at Adelaide, making them experience one of the “most embarrassing collapses.”
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“The Indian team today has shown guts in the field, giving a message that this is how great teams regroup themselves after a crisis,” the speedster said while commending the team.
Aussies had squashed India with an eight-wicket prior on Saturday in the principal Test at Adelaide after the Virat Kohli-drove side packaged out for 36, their least innings score in 88 years of test cricket.
Hazlewood and Pat Cummins (4-21) turned a tight test on its head in an overwhelming spell of movement bowling to open the third day of the day-night test, tearing through the much-vaunted Indian batting line-up in under two hours.
Following the outcome, many had taken to web-based media to communicate their stun at India’s performance.