Here’s why Twitterati Thank Rahul Dravid After India’s Historic Win at Gabba

After a surprise series win against all odds in Australia after India won the Brisbane Test, the team was greeted by Rahul Dravid, head of the National Cricket Academy.

Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid started trending on social media as fans thanked the former Indian stars for grooming the future stars of India. Young players like Shubham Gill, Washington Sundar, Mohammad Siraj, T Natarajan and Rishabh Pant helped Ajinkya Rahane and his men script history on Australian soil.

He is not on Twitter, but the reason behind the rise of all these players in #RahulDravid National Cricket Academy and India ‘A’: Gill, Shardul, Sundar, Siraj, Saini, Pant … Let us show you the cricketing minds Will tell you even when we celebrate under the feat

  • Vijay Lokapalli (@vijaylokapally) January 19, 2021
    At an NCA office in Bengaluru, Rahul Dravid will be watching and feeling proud of the Bharat A and Bharat U19 programs he has developed that gave India his depth.
  • Snehal Pradhan (@SnehalPradhan) January 19, 2021
    If India is still unable to form a proper team, then we should applaud the ‘A’ rounds in the last 3-4 years. Without them, it would have been very difficult to bridge the gap between FC and international cricket. Many thanks to Rahul Dravid, the finishing school for which he has been.
  • Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 15 January 2021
    Also Read: T Natarajan: From Dusty Fields in Salem to Gabba’s Height
  • The Lemming Lama 2.0 (@KyaUkhaadLega) January 19, 2021
    2018 – Received an India call. And 19 years later became the first cricketer from Andhra Pradesh to represent India.
  • Jayesh (@ jayeshvk16) January 14, 2021
    Thank you Rahul Dravid for instilling the right cricket values ​​in this team. We all know that many people will call you tonight and share their happiness with them. Put your phone on 🙂 #INDvsAUS
  • Vikram Sataye (@vikramsathaye) 19 January 2021
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  • Today legend Rahul Dravid is mentoring, coaching and mentoring young cricketers of India # ThankYouDravidpic.twitter.com/eqjSkRFbs8
  • It would not surprise us to see our youth beating the best in the world. They were always in safe hands. Thanks Dravid sir # NeverForget # IndvAuspic.twitter.com / ek6VcwlyHQ
  • indianhistorypics (@IndiaHistorypic) January 19, 2021
    In Bengaluru, Rahul Dravid will have a new watch today and resumed his quest to find and mold the next superstar of Indian cricket. Let’s not forget his immense contribution to this historic victory. #AUSvIND
  • Joey Chakraborty (@TheJoyofGolf) January 20, 2021
    There are several 2001 shades in this 2020-21 series. But we played for Australia with full force in 2001 except for Kumble – Sachin Saurav, Dravid, Laxman, Zak, Bhajji.
    We are playing this test without Kohli and Vihari, and with 2 nets and 3 backup test bowlers as our attack.
  • Joy Bhattacharya (@joybhattacharj) January 18, 2021
    Special salute to Rahul Dravid and @RaviShastriOfc. Both left the comfort zone of the commentary box: one, nurturing talent in India under 19, now NCA. The other has got ‘istan youngistan’ to imbibe his defiant soul! (Not to forget @CoachBharatArun with the bowling team)
  • Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) January 20, 2021
    It seems like a good day to post a #RahulDravid photo. V # AUSvsIND | – @ ESPNcricinfopic.twitter.com / QtAgsd43hN
  • Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) January 19, 2021
    Well @ Sundarwashi5 Rahul Dravid told me in Bangladesh during the U19 WC that he was a bat-watching man .. speaking of temperament .. and Sunda is now showing .. He was 16 then. congratulation
  • Russell Arnold (@ RusselArnold69) January 17, 2021
    The likes of Rishabh Pant, Washington Sundar and Shubman Gill have all played as Dravid at the under-19 level.

While Pant and Washington played in the U-19 squad in 2016, Gill played a crucial innings of 91 during the chase, which was played in the 2018 team managed by Dravid.

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