Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has shared his memory on the terrifying flight occurrence back during their Australia visit through 2020/21. It was a notable series as India arose as one of the best Test sides when they crushed the hosts on their home soil to secure the triumph by 2-1 to write their names in the history books.
While the Indian side was traveling to Sydney, from Melbourne, for the New Year’s Test, their flight was hit by a rainstorm and their ride became woeful. Ashwin reviewed his recollections from the excursion, during the trailer lauch of Voot Select’s impending documentary ‘Bandon Mein Tha Dum’, and referenced how frightening the ride was for himself and the group.
Ravichandran Ashwin Recalls Scary Flight Moment
“We were flying to Sydney and the flight encountered a thunderstorm. It was so scary that for a moment, I thought that the flight would never land,” Ravichandran Ashwin recalled at the trailer launch of the series.
— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) January 4, 2021
After landing in Australia successfully, Ashwin had even tweeted about the incident as he had written: “Yours Turbulently, Melbourne to Sydney! #ouch #scary.”
The forthcoming series ‘Bandon Mein Tha Dum’ has been coordinated by famous director Neeraj Pandey and build on India’s noteworthy win over Australia in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020-21. It draws out the feelings of the Indian players as they discuss the experience of beginning the series at 36 all out and afterward incredibly finishing it with a series win.
After the hosts won the first Test match of the series and gave the guests a swelling rout, India set up their best to dominate the second match, and afterward, the third game at Sydney finished in a draw. The last Test match, which was essential for both the sides, was won by India at Gabba, in Brisbane, as the team members praised each snapshot of the triumph.
It was a personal second for the Indian group as a portion of the vital players had been injured and needed to sit out of the game.
However, India found two champions, Mohammad Siraj and Rishabh Pant, whose endeavours with the ball and bat separately assisted India in winning. In the meantime, India’s next Test match is booked against England in Birmingham which begins on June 1.