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Aakash Chopra’s Appropriate Response Is Featured On Cricket Australia’s Throwback Video Titled “36-All Out”

India and Australia will play each other in a four-game series beginning on February 9 for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Ex-cricketers and cricket fans are building up excitement for the competition by posting about it on social media.

Cricket Australia released the footage of India being bowled out for just 36 runs in the Adelaide Test just days before the beginning of the series. Aakash Chopra, a former cricketer for India, responded appropriately to the post.

In the second innings of the Test (2020-21), the Indian team collapsed to score only 36 runs, their lowest total in the history of the format.

But the visitors staged a remarkable recovery in the remaining games of the assignment, and they ended up winning the series 2-1.

Chopra reacted to the 36-all out nostalgia video being released by Cricket Australia’s section just days before the series opener, saying, “And the series score-line.”

Top Indian and Australian players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, R. Ashwin, etc. will make for some exciting one-on-one battles in this year’s series.

everyone seems to be in fine shape. Due to the likely presence of spin-friendly conditions, Indian spinners will be crucial for the home team.

In his pregame advice to his fellow Australians, superstar Shane Watson emphasised the importance of swinging a straight bat.

When you’re batting, you can use a straight bat to get to the ball by stepping back and swinging through the off-side or leg-side. Wish I’d realised that sooner and acted on that gut feeling; it’s safer.

Even for a pull shot, the best players almost never use a cross-bat shot. They’ll use a straight bat to go through on the leg side,” Shane Watson told ESPNcricinfo.

Accepting myself and my circumstances as they were at the time was something I struggled with while living in India.

Instead of saying, “Well, this is what I’ve got right now, and this is the greatest approach for me to attempt to have success,” he said, “should I utilise my feet this time to get out and cover the ball from spinning or should I sit deep in the crease?”

The VCA stadium in Maharashtra will host the inaugural Test match.

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