Indian off-spinner, R Ashwin has taken a hilarious jibe at former legendary cricketers including Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, Brad Haddin after the Indian Cricket Team smashed Australia in the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy. The Indian National Cricket Team beat Australia by 3 wickets in the Brisbane Test as they recorded a scintillating win.
Team India beat Australia in the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy by 3 wickets on Tuesday. After resuming the proceedings for just 4 runs on Tuesday, the Indian Cricket Team fought back hard to register a remarkable win over Australia as the mighty Kangaroos fell to the dust.
R Ashwin Takes A Hilarious Jibe At Former Legendary Cricketers After India Humble Australia
Indian off-spinner, R Ashwin took to Twitter on Tuesday after India’s emphatic win and shut all the former cricketers who once doubted the Indian Cricket Team.
“LHS ( not = ) RHS ! Yours happily India tour of OZ 2020/21 Humbled by all the love and support we have received over the last 4 weeks!” R Ashwin wrote.
The Indian cricket team registered one of the greatest displays of batting on the final day of the Brisbane Test. First up, Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara scored magnificent half-centuries to put India in a strong position. Then, Rishabh Pant put the cherry on the cake to seal off a historic win over Australia.
LHS ( not = ) RHS !
India tour of OZ 2020/21
Humbled by all the love and support we have received over the last 4 weeks!? pic.twitter.com/nmjC3znglx
— Ashwin ?? (@ashwinravi99) January 19, 2021
Team India Registers Historic Win Over Australia
The win over Australia is none short than a historic feat. Australia were beaten for the first time in 32 years at the Gabba. The Australian Cricket Team had been unbeaten in the last 32 games at the Gabba and the Indian cricket team broke this record too. This was India’s third-highest successful run chase in Test cricket.
Now, the Indian Cricket Team will take on England in the Test series from February 5 at home. The Indian selection committee will choose the team for the first two Tests on Tuesday.