”Congrats to the Indian cricket team” Shane Warne tweeted



Fabulous Australian spinner Shane Warne Congres India’s 2-1 Border-Gavaskar Trophy success as the best series win never recorded on Australian land. After winning the second Test and memorably drawing the third one, India turned in a combined achievement to chase down 328 with 3 wickets remaining at the Gabba.

Composition his emotions on his official Twitter account, Shane Warne praised India’s mental strength for creating a counter despite an injury-ravaged squad and the absence of their regular caption and star batsman, Virat Kohli. Shane Warne further gave specific credit to head coach Ravi Shastri and stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane.

“Congrats to the Indian cricket team @BCCI. That’s one of the best series wins I can ever remember on Aust soil & to do it after being bowled out for 36, plus a depleted squad – shows tremendous character, resilience, courage & belief. Just fantastic @RaviShastriOfc @ajinkyarahane88,” Shane Warne tweeted after the win.


Warne has all the time appreciated the best cricket and spoken his mind. Right now was no different. He was impressed with the visitors’ spirit not just because of their performance although injuries, but also because of how they bucked up after the forgettable first Test.


“No global sport gives you what we just witnessed over the last 2 months” – Shane Warne Added

India has lowest-ever scored Test total in Adelaide. After having been, they bid adieu to Virat Kohli and fast bowler Mohammad Shami. Kohli flight back to Mumbai to look the birth of his first child. Shami went to the National Cricket Academy to get his cracked arm to protect.


The accident list, despite that, continued to grow with each Test. India won the Melbourne Test by 8 wickets but extinct wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul and pacer Umesh Yadav to injuries. The visitors’ hardest Test came in Sydney when they farmed out a come-from-behind draw with three injured players – two of them have played out the last 259 balls.

Obviously, Ravichandran Ashwin (back), Ravindra Jadeja (dislocated thumb), and Hanuma Vihari (hamstring) were ruled out of the 4 and final Test. India tensed first to five players across the 4-match Test series and continue finished on the winning side.

Shane Warne clearly wrote about his love for the longest form, adding Australia would not mind coming down to better opposition. He, however, implied at a broad performance analysis pending for the Tim Paine-led side.

“Long live Test cricket! No global sport gives you what we just witnessed over the last 2 months. Absolutely love Test cricket. As for Aust – no disgrace in being beaten by a better side – but I’m sure there will be a huge debrief analysing strategy and tactics from the entire series,” Shane Warne, who is the second-highest wicket-taker in Tests with 708 scalps, tweeted after some time.

India has not only to displace Australia off the top of the World Test Championship table, but they as well became the first side to win at the Gabba since the West Indies in 1988. The Aussies have a great deal to ponder, indeed.

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