New Delhi: Former Pakistani fast pitcher Shoaib Akhtar expressed his joy over India’s victory over Australia. Known as the Rawalpindi Express, Akhtar appreciated the ardent players of Team India in a tremendous way. He has linked the praises of Indian cricketers on his YouTube channel. In the match held in Melbourne, India grouped Australia together for 200 points and thanks to that they got 70 points to win.
Akhtar said, Team India showed big jigra
Akhtar said that after being sacked for 36 in the first test played in Adelaide, the Indian team have made a big comeback in Melbourne. He congratulated Team India and said he showed a big jigra. He said on his channel that without Rohit, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Virat and Shami, the Indian team put in a strong performance in Melbourne against Australia. According to Shoaib Akhtar, “India hit Australia so as to kill her in a sack.” Akhtar added that the Australian team must have been scratching their heads about what was going on with us. Akhtar said the Australian players must have thought that we beat India so badly in the first game and how it happened to us in that game. They must have felt like someone was slapping someone in the dark.
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Akhtar praised Rahane’s silence
Akhtar added: “ Even without the star players on the team, namely Rohit, Virat and Shami, other players came forward and showed their passion and won. Akhtar said the Indian cricket team’s bench strength is also amazing. Akhtar also praised the performance of team captain Ajinkya Rahane. He said: “Rahane was captain in silence and made changes in bowling in silence, but his success is making noise today.”
Team India showed talent in a deep crisis
He also mentioned Mohammad Siraj. He said Siraj’s father was dead but he couldn’t see him. He showed his anger and emotion on the ball and took five wickets. Akhtar described Shubman Gill as a great batsman of the time and also praised Ravindra Jadeja who played her part in all dimensions of the game. He said the way India lost the first match was about to be. to break spirits, but from there the team didn’t fall but got up and that was the best thing on this team. Akhtar said: “I am proud of the Indian team as a cricketer who has shown his true talent in a deep crisis.