Australia vs India, Fourth Test: Justin Langer’s “The Scenes from the Series” to “Never Ever Undertest India” India vs Australia: Australia coach Justin Langer said the team never learned to understand India, as the audience Made a great comeback. Adelaide won the series 2–1, scoring 36 runs.
Australia coach Justin Langer Langer praised India’s historic win in 4 Tests, saying “India never understood,” after India beat Australia by three wickets at The Gabba to win the series 2–1. Out of India, inexperienced and battling injury, a shocked Australia head coach Justin Langer said on Tuesday that one of the big lessons he learned from the setback is “never, never less” from that country “really hard.” “Players.
A visibly shaken Langer praised India for a lion-hearted effort to win the Border-Gavaskar trophy, despite playing side-by-side, especially in the series-opener in Adelaide for three days. After disintegrating inside. In that loss, India’s lowest ever Test score was 36 in the second innings. “It was an incredible Test series and in the end there is always a winner or a loser. Today is a Test cricket winner. It has caused us a big loss. India deserves full credit. They have been outstanding but we have learned. From this Lesson, ”Langer told Channel 7.
“First, you can never achieve anything, second, never underestimate Indians. There are 1.5 billion Indians and you have to be really tough if you play in that first XI, right?”
Langer said the battle following the Adelaide debacle was not notable, especially after injury to big players like Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja.
India found new stars like Shubman Gill, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur and Mohammed Siraj among others, who surprised the Australian team with their never-say-good spirit.
“I can’t praise India enough. They didn’t go away after that first Test match, which we won in three days, bowled them out for 30 odd overs. To fight back for them as they did was amazing, Credit. ” The big lesson for us is that you cannot achieve anything. India is never far away, ”he said.
The Indian team successfully chased down a 328-run target never seen before, retaining the coveted trophy with a historic three-wicket victory in the fourth and final Test against Australia.
The talented Rishabh Pant 89 not out off 138 balls displayed his breathtaking strokeplay to win the visitors, ending Australia’s 32-year-old unbeaten run at ‘Fortress Gabba’.
Langer said, “It was an amazing effort. Rishabh Pant’s innings reminded me really of Ben Stokes’ innings at Headingley. He almost came, he was almost fearless and because of that he would be praised. This incredible innings. was.” Indian wicketkeeper praised batsman.
“I felt that young Shubman Gill, 91, batted very well. His youth bowling attack kept us under pressure throughout the match and as I said India deserves full credit.” Langer praised his team’s bowling attack for his tireless effort in the series, even if it led to the defeat.
“From our point of view, we have the same four bowlers Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, and Mitchell Starc, who have been tough, they have stood up and they have worked so hard, but unfortunately we haven’t finished. Hua. Today Line, “Langer said.
“I’m proud of the way those four people fought so hard,” he signed.