The Indian Test squad has progressed to become one of the finest in the world under the guidance of Virat Kohli. Often referred to as “home track bullies,” Kohli’s Team has won regularly outside of India and has lost that label by playing a fearless form of cricket. However, India’s seeds may battle on other lands, according to India’s brilliant captain Ajit Wadekar. Here is Gavaskar About Current Indian Cricket Team
India won its maiden Test series in England under his guidance, and that magnificent win, spearheaded by India’s spinners and several young dynamic performers like Eknath Solkar, Sunil Gavaskar, Gundappa Vishwanath, and Abid Ali, inspired the next era to confront the opposition in their own home.
Gavaskar About Current Indian Team
Gavaskar talked about his first trip to England and stated that his fifty-run hammering at Lord’s on that visit was his best-ever.“Yes, that half-century is my best effort in Test cricket. We played on a green wicket for the first time. We couldn’t distinguish the pitch from the rest of the outfield from our changing room on the upper floor”.
“The overcast conditions meant that the grass didn’t dry out and, in the slight drizzle, the umpires didn’t take players off the field. The light rain was freshening up the pitch and, the ball was swinging and bouncing too. That’s why it’s my best innings in Test cricket,” Gavaskar told in an Interaction.
Gavaskar was next asked about the present Indian side, which he described as “probably the finest ever.” India defeated Australia in a Test series for the first time for 71 years underneath the 32-year-guidance, and he also went on to repeat the achievement in the 2020-21 season.
“This current team is probably the best ever in the history of Indian cricket. Only the teams from 1983 to 1986 had a similar kind of depth and balance”.
“This team though is better because they have beaten Australia in their own conditions recently and have more game-changers with both bat and ball. If the sun is out, they should win the series easily and, if there are some overcast days, then they should win but may lose the odd Test,” Gavaskar added.