Sydney Test: After the Bhajji-Symonds controversy, Laxman told the team- pick up the bag and go home: In this Test match the Indian team had to face defeat by 122 runs. However, in the third Test match, the team made a huge comeback and won by 72 runs. In the Perth Test, Irfan Pathan contributed significantly to the team’s victory by both ball and bat.
Indian veteran batsman VVS Laxman is doing many big revelations through his autobiography ‘281 and Beyond’. Laxman unveiled this book in New Delhi on Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, his old friend Virender Sehwag, Ashish Nehra, Irfan Pathan, Murali Kartik and Gautam Gambhir were also present there. Since the release of ‘281 and Beyond’, many old incidents are being mentioned in the book. Laxman had recently claimed in his book that it was not known how former Indian coach Greg Chappell played the international team. Now in Laxman’s book, the mention of the Indian team’s tour of Australia in 2007-08. Who can forget about Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and Andrew Symonds during the second Test match played in Sydney on this tour? The reason for this dispute was being told to the wrong decisions of the umpires.
Laxman wrote in his book, “The team’s players were very upset with the decisions of the umpires, the players were going to leave the series there and return home. My name was also included in these players, I have even said that there is no point in staying here, pick up the bag and walk home. However, during that time Anil Kumble, who was the captain of the team, worked to handle the matter in the dressing room. Now think that what Kumble did during that time was absolutely right. ”
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Let us know that in this test match, the Indian team had to face defeat by 122 runs. However, in the third Test match, the team made a huge comeback and won by 72 runs. In the Perth Test, Irfan Pathan contributed significantly to the team’s victory by both ball and bat. The four-match Test series could not have been successful in winning the Indian team. Let us know that at the present time, the Indian team is on a tour of Australia and in this time the team has a great opportunity to win the series.
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