Anil Kumble’s Prediction of India’s 2–1 Test Series Win Over Australia Shows How the Former Indian Coach Still Has It in Him! (Watch Video)
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Anil Kumble might have stepped down from the position of the head coach of the Indian team in 2017, but the former Indian cricketer has continued to grab the limelight lately. India won the Test series in Australia 2-1, and interestingly, Kumble had predicted the same scoreline before the 4-match series began Down Under, while speaking to CricketNext. Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli Trolled on Twitter for Saying India’s Test Series Win in Australia Bigger Than World Cup Victories; View Funny Messages.

Before India vs Australia Test series, Anil Kumble was asked to predict the scoreline of the mega series. Kumble had said that the Indian team would win the series 2-1. Not just that he anticipated a draw somewhere in the series, the spin wizard was also right in predicting that the rain will play spoilsport in of the matches.

Here’s the conversation that took place before India vs Australia Test Series 2018-19:

The rain did play its part in ending the fourth and the final Test match in a draw, and India won the series 2-1, too. It is delighting to see a former Indian cricketer predict such a correct scoreline of the series. Ravi Shastri Heaps Praises on Virat Kohli, Says ‘I Salute My Captain’

Anil Kumble might be out of the Indian think-thank at the moment, but given how the former Indian cricketer is keeping track of the events, will the BCCI another stint for the ‘former head coach?’ Well, all those things seem far-fetched currently, but Kumble’s precise 2-1 prediction of India vs Australia Test series has got everyone excited on the social media. Indian Cricket Team Scripts History, Registers First Ever Test Series Win in Australia.

India, on Monday, won its maiden Test series in Australia. Captain Virat Kohli and the coach Ravi Shastri seemed quite happy with the victory. The duo went on to say that the series victory in India happens to be a bigger moment than winning a World Cup – a statement that drew a lot of flak on the microblogging site Twitter!