- India sweep Bangladesh in 2 match Test series
- Virat said- Dada’s team started victory in the year 2000.
- Gavaskar said – many people think that cricket started in 2000s
. Sunil Gavaskar is not happy with a statement by India’s current captain Virat Kohli. Virat gave credit to Sourav Ganguly, saying that it was Dada who taught the team to fight, which is now being carried forward by the Indian team on the field. The Indian captain said this after winning the first day-night Test against Bangladesh in the first Kolkata.
On his statement, Gavaskar said, “Indian captain Kohli said that it started with Dada (Ganguly )’s team in the year 2000. I know that Sourav is the BCCI president, so Kohli wanted to say good things about him. But let me tell you that the Indian team was winning even in the 70-80s. He (Virat) was not even born at that time. “
Gavaskar said- people think that cricket started in 2000s
He said, “Many people still think that cricket started in the 2000s. But the Indian team won the foreign ground even in the 70s. On several occasions, the Test series drew on the foreign land as well. Got it done.
Kohli said- bowlers believe in themselves
After making a clean sweep to Bangladesh in the two-match Test series, Kohli said, “It all started with Dada’s team. Which we are moving on. He said that, the current bowling attack is fearless. Any batsman. He is sure of himself while bowling. “The hard work we have done in the last 3-4 years. It is the result of that.”