Suryakumar Yadav posts adorable birthday wishes as ‘inspiration’ Rahul Dravid turns 50
An icon of Indian cricket, Rahul Dravid turning 50 years old on January 11, 2023 (Wednesday). On the occasion, India’s white polishing hero Suryakumar Yadav posted a lovely greeting for head coach India. Not so long ago, the duo did an interview together, in which Dravid expressed his admiration for Surya, and now, the latter himself has expressed his feelings towards the fortune. Legendary cricketer. Dravid interviewed Suryakumar for BCCI when the player scored the goal of the century to send India home in the third T20I and final match against Sri Lanka.
“Happy birthday Rahul sir! You are an inspiration and a legend! Thank you for giving me the space and freedom on the team to go out there and be myself on the ground!” Yadav wrote on Twitter while sharing a photo from the duo’s recent interview.
Happy birthday Rahul sir!
You are an inspiration and a legend!
Thank you for giving me the space and freedom on the team to get out there and be myself on the ground! pic.twitter.com/7zFYhBzSJF
– Surya Kumar Yadav (@surya_14kumar) January 11, 2023
When one thinks about Dravid’s best shots, it’s hard to beat his 180 innings against Australia at Eden Gardens in 2001. This hit by hitter is still considered one of the harshest. most down in the longest form of the game.
Australia was at the helm for most of the match and India had to win the match after losing the first Test. The Australians are in complete control of the Garden of Eden as they take the next steps.
India was bowled with a score of 171 to Australia’s 445 in the first inning. India’s opening goal was dropped in the second half, and then Dravid and VVS Laxman came to the rescue. No one would have expected that the two would continue to make a “miracle” for the team. Both players have scored 376 consecutive runs. Laxman and Dravid Destroyed Australia’s Bowling Attack, Including Shane warned and Glenn McGrath.
Another knock-out was his 270-run set against Pakistan at Rawalpindi in 2004. The three-game series was leveled at 1-1 and the Indian side were under pressure to win the Test series. their first experience in Pakistan.
Dravid, who served as reserve captain in the first two Tests, was stripped of his command when the regular captain Sourav Ganguly return.
Dravid had not played well in the previous two matches, but in the match, the former Indian captain knocked his detractors with a knock-out more than 200 times. Virender Sehwag was brought to the booth at the first ball of the match, and from then on, ‘The Wall’ took on the task. His hit helped India win the game and he went on to be rated Man of the Match.
Dravid’s 146-time performance against England at the Oval in 2011 was one of his most underrated efforts. The Indian smashers had a lousy run, and the team was down 0-3 in the final game.
Because open often Gautam Gambhir out due to injury, Dravid returned to the winding road to open the scoring. India continued to lose goals on a regular basis, but Dravid held his ground and went on to score 146 uninterrupted. His innings didn’t save the game for India, but he became the team’s top scorer in the series. Dravid also showed remarkable teamwork when he took on the duties of an ODI ballkeeper as team management thought they could play an extra pitcher if one hitter was strong. also act as a ball holder.
Dravid is the only player involved in the two partnerships over 300 ODIs. He played 164 Tests, 344 ODIs and one T20I for India. The hitter finally announced his retirement from international cricket in March 2012. He ended his career with 48 international centuries. Dravid assumes the role of head coach of Team India in November 2021.
With ANI input
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