Legendary Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar while talking about India’s Test series win in Australia in Border–Gavaskar Trophy 2020-21 said that he was privileged to be in Australia and witness the “ golden chapter” of Indian cricket being written.
India National Cricket Team won the Test series in Australia in 2020-21 breaching the Gabba fortress in the absence of several top players including Virat Kohli. It took 32 years and 2 months, to breach the Gabba fortress as Ajinkya Rahane-led India defeated Australia by 3 wickets against all odds to win the series.
Meanwhile, batting legend Sunil Gavaskar feels that India’s win in Australia in 2020-21 will be regarded as one of the greatest wins in the history of Indian cricket.
“India’s win in Australia early last year will go down as one of the greatest wins in Indian cricket history. To pick themselves up after the dismissal with their lowest ever Test score of 36 and then to beat a rampant home team is a tribute to the determination shown by the players and the leadership roles played by captain Rahane, coach Ravi Shastri and his support group.
“I was privileged to be there and see a golden chapter being written in the history of Indian cricket,” he said.
India’s Greatest Comeback Will Invite Viewers To Revisit Team India’s Amazing Comeback – Michael Clarke
To celebrate the first anniversary of India’s historic Test series win in Australia, Sony Sports Network has produced a special docu-series titled “DOWN UNDERDOGS – INDIA’S GREATEST COMEBACK” that will premiere with the first episode on January 14, 2022. There will be 4 episodes named THE ADELAIDE ABERRATION, MELBOURNE MAGIC, THE SYDNEY SIEGE & BRISBANE BREACHED.
Meanwhile, former Australian captain Michael Clarke has said that the docuseries will invite viewers to revisit India’s amazing comeback.
“India’s Greatest Comeback will invite viewers to revisit Team India’s amazing comeback leading to the series win.
“India picked an attack that worked. Different bowlers – not everyone bowls the same, different tactics, different skills, different weapons, so the credit goes to India for their execution but also Australia might have taken for granted their success in the first test,” he added.
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