Indian Cricketer Shardul Thakur Opens Up On The Win Against Australia; Says India Silenced The Critics
Cricketer Shardul Thakur recently opened up on team India’s win against Australia in a historic fashion. Have a look at the details about his take on the match and the results.
Indian cricket team has been in the headlines ever since they won the test series against Australia at their fortress, The Gabba. All-rounder Shardul Thakur recently opened up on the historic win and what he went through while playing under pressure at The Brisbane Cricket Ground. He said that their main motive was to stay on the pitch and keep the game going without giving up at any cost. He also spoke about the injuries he suffered and how he overcame those with hard work and persistence. Shardul Thakur stated that the Indian cricket team silenced the critics with their game which is a great accomplishment according to him. He also added that winning the series meant a lot as most people had lost hopes in the team right after the first match.
Here is a look at the ZEE5 video with details related to Shardul Thakur’s take on the historic win at The Gabba, against Australia:
Shardul Thakur is one of the many Indian cricket players who is being highly praised for his game in the India vs Australia test series. In the video attached above, he is seen interacting with a leading sports journalist regarding the game plan and how it was executed at the final moment. Speaking about his injury, Shardul Thakur said that he was quite determined to play the next game even though he was not in the fittest condition. He said that as an athlete it is important to accept injuries as it is a part and parcel of the game itself. He narrated how he did everything to ignore the injury and get back to a fit version so that he could be a part of the next game.
Shardul Thakur also threw some light on the winning moment and how they celebrated it by waving the Indian flag across the ground. He said that the Indian team shut down the critics and it was a big deal to beat the Aussies at their home ground. He highlighted that the last team to win at the Gabba had been West Indies, who had a strong batting and fast bowlers’ line-up, which makes this match even more special. Shardul Thakur said that most people believed that the team would lose the series 4-0 after their bad score and loss, in the first match. He also added that the bowling line-up was studded with debutants and newcomers and it means a lot to win with such a score. The much-loved athlete also spoke highly of stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane, who played a major role in at Melbourne.
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