Border-Ravi Gavaskar’s Shastri “Wanted A Draw”

Ravichandran Ashwin on Australia’s Famous Gabba Win: “I Wanted A Draw,” said Ravi Shastri.

After defeating Australia by three wickets in the Gabba Test, India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1.

No one will forget how an injury-plagued India beat Australia in their own backyard against all odds in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2020-21. When India was bowled out for 36 in the Adelaide Test, many people predicted a whitewash, especially after Virat Kohli returned home to prepare for the birth of his child. However, under the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane, the team rallied to defeat Tim Paine’s side in Melbourne and Brisbane.

The four-match series was locked at 1-1 heading into the fourth Test, with the decider scheduled for Gabba, which Australia had not lost in a long time. India, on the other hand, pierced Australia’s fortress thanks to Rishabh Pant’s heroics, winning the series 2-1.

Pant hit an unbeaten 89 as India chased down a 328-run target.

What exactly has Ravichandran Ashwin revealed?

The off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin revealed that then-head coach Ravi Shastri had hoped for a draw in the Gabba Test, but a win was achieved thanks to Pant and Washington Sundar’s performances.
“It’s tough to fathom Rishabh Pant’s thinking.” He has the ability to complete any work. He is one of those athletes who has had a lot of luck. He is so talented that he thinks he can hit every ball for a six. It’s difficult to keep him calm; Pujara tried but came short of a century during the Sydney Test. However, Ravi Bhai informed me from the inside that I was seated outside during this game. He wanted a tie because he thought the game would be drawn, but we were dead set on winning.” Ashwin started on the Sports Yaari channel.

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